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Ubiquiti Networks - Routers, Switches and Wireless Access Points - 10% off - Newegg

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I was looking to upgrade to a UniFi PoE switch and saw this promotion.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...Submit=ENE
Code: NWCUBJUL​

I picked up a US-24-250W for $359.99
  • 24 Gigabit RJ45 Ports
  • 2 SFP Ports
  • 1 Serial Console Port
  • Non-Blocking Throughput: 26 Gbps
  • Switching Capacity: 56 Gbps
  • Forwarding Rate: 38.69 Mpps
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 250W
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1

Code appears to work for 10% off on other Ubiquiti products like routers, switches, and AP's where Newegg is the seller.
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Good price! This is normally $399 right?
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Good price! This is normally $399 right?
Yeah I haven't seen it on sale often. Searched previous SD threads and CCC. It's always at $400. I am planning to run some POE cameras and eventually migrate to UniFi mesh wireless and I just noticed the coupon code while browsing.

Also the code appears to work for 10% off across all the UniFi switch models on that page if you don't need the 24-ports.
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I recently bought a cloudkey and they delivered an older version. Do you think it is safe to buy a US-16-150W, US-48, and USG-PRO-4 from Newegg?
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It should be known that Newegg, and the third parties that I've seen sell the UBNT gear, are not authorized resellers. Therefore, know that you will not be getting any type of support from UBNT should something go wrong.

https://www.ubnt.com/distributors/
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I recently bought a cloudkey and they delivered an older version. Do you think it is safe to buy a US-16-150W, US-48, and USG-PRO-4 from Newegg?
As long as its actually sold by Newegg and not one of their third party sellers why wouldnt it be? I bought all my Ubiquiti gear from B&H.
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I guess an overkill for my HTPC setup where I have all consoles (3), all media players, Hue, Samsung SH Hub, NAS, TV, A/V receiver all connected to my an older switch in one entertainment center and am running low on connections
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I guess an overkill for my HTPC setup where I have all consoles (3), all media players, Hue, Samsung SH Hub, NAS, TV, A/V receiver all connected to my an older switch in one entertainment center and am running low on connections
Dont think youd want or need a Layer 2 switch for a home theater equipment setup. Least of all one with a bunch of POE ports. Look for a good unmanaged switch like a Cisco SG110-24 or some other option from their SG110 series (LINK [cisco.com]).
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Of course the non PoE 24 port I want is not eligible for the coupon
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Dont think youd want or need a Layer 2 switch for a home theater equipment setup. Least of all one with a bunch of POE ports. Look for a good unmanaged switch like a Cisco SG110-24 or some other option from their SG110 series (LINK [cisco.com]).
Will do. Thank you very much. Started to get annoying with so many cables that I need to plug in and out each time (Intel NUC in, Google Phone Obihai out, then PS4 out, then AFT 4K in) lol
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Of course the non PoE 24 port I want is not eligible for the coupon
HA! Weak. The US-24 is what I currently have.
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Will do. Thank you very much. Started to get annoying with so many cables that I need to plug in and out each time (Intel NUC in, Google Phone Obihai out, then PS4 out, then AFT 4K in) lol
Oh I hear ya, I've an SG110D-16 at my entertainment center areas for just that reason! I run everything I can wired and Im sure not going to be unplugging and swapping cables all over the place.
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From my reading it seems like the 24 port has significantly louder cooling fans than the 16 port. Anyone have experience with the two?
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Can someone answer a question for me?

If I don't want/need SFP uplink, can I use one of the standard RJ45 ports as an uplink, like you would a normal switch? I'd rather not have to get an adapter for the SFP, although I'm aware they exist.

Thanks
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I have one but it's in the basement in a server cabinet, can't really say how loud it is, but when I'm in the basement, it doesn't bother me. It only has 1 fan and from what I've read, it can be replaced with a quieter fan if needed.
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