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Ubiquiti Networks 16-Port UniFi Gigabit Switch w/SFP POE+ 150W (US-16-150W) $240 AC @Newegg

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Been waiting for this price to come around again. Picking up one for the church. Love my US-8-60W and US-16-150W at my house! Thanks OP!!! TU & Repped!
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Need 10Gb switch at a good price.
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
Can't add more ports to your router without adding a switch. As for power, if you have enough ports you can just buy poe injectors. Example WS-POE-8-48v60w Passive Fast Ethernet Power over Ethernet PoE Midspan Injector for 8 IP Cameras, VOIP Phones or Access Points, 48 volts, 60 Watts Total Power https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0086SQDMM/

but if you need both poe and additional ports, get the one listed in this deal. it'll do both. or if you want, you can get cheaper models. like the us-8-150w or the us-8-60w.

the us-8-60w has gone on sale for around $80 a few times. that might just be perfect for needs. 4 poe ports and 4 non-poe ports.

the bigger brother - us-8-150w is on sale right now https://slickdeals.net/f/12769483-ubiquiti-8-port-managed-poe-gigabit-switch-150w-us-8-150w-151-ac-newegg and does poe on all 8 ports and adds a couple of sfp ports too.
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
use the power injector for the AP. or the 8 port model is more ideal for you https://slickdeals.net/f/12771058-ubiquiti-networks-unifi-8-port-150w-poe-gigabit-switch-159-99-newegg?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
This router has 5 POE ports: https://www.ui.com/edgemax/edgerouter-poe/
You'll need one to connect to WAN, that'll leave you 4. I see it for $159 on B&H.
Just make sure it meets your voltage requirements.
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
I don't know that anyone sells a good PoE router and switch in one. Ubiquiti Edge Routers have some Passive PoE ports but that may not work for all equipment. It can be nice to have all-in-one, but that type of equipment is usually more expensive overall. If you just need three PoE ports then either use injectors or get an 8 port PoE switch and a router.
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This router has 5 POE ports: https://www.ui.com/edgemax/edgerouter-poe/
You'll need one to connect to WAN, that'll leave you 4. I see it for $159 on B&H.
Just make sure it meets your voltage requirements.
ah thanks I forgot about their edgemax line up. Thanks
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Anyone have any idea how loud this unit is under typical load? I don't see pics of the back in this, but an image search indicates there are two fans which are small, so in devices such as these can run at high RPM's when the internal temperatures rise thus can be noisy. Probably variable speed so not always noisy, but curious if anyone has any experience.
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Anyone have any idea how loud this unit is under typical load? I don't see pics of the back in this, but an image search indicates there are two fans which are small, so in devices such as these can run at high RPM's when the internal temperatures rise thus can be noisy. Probably variable speed so not always noisy, but curious if anyone has any experience.
I don't have one yet, but the reviews I have read say it's loud. Not suitable for a quite office setting. Better for use in a closet.
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Anyone have any idea how loud this unit is under typical load? I don't see pics of the back in this, but an image search indicates there are two fans which are small, so in devices such as these can run at high RPM's when the internal temperatures rise thus can be noisy. Probably variable speed so not always noisy, but curious if anyone has any experience.
I have a similar switch that is not POE in my closet. It makes a noticeable noise even at the fans lowest speed. Yes, the temperature of the room will make the fans kick in to high gear and when that happens you'll think you're about to lift off in an airplane. Mine is a bit older and is a bit larger, so I'm sure Ubiquiti is a little quieter. But as someone else said, this is not ideal for a quiet office.
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Anyone have any idea how loud this unit is under typical load? I don't see pics of the back in this, but an image search indicates there are two fans which are small, so in devices such as these can run at high RPM's when the internal temperatures rise thus can be noisy. Probably variable speed so not always noisy, but curious if anyone has any experience.
I have a us24 250w switch installed with a client. For a business, I'd want it in a closet. I wouldn't want this volume in my home, but I am picky about noise. Otoh, the us8 60w uses no fans but runs about 115f in 70f ambient.
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is there any way to get POE capabilities and enough rj45 ports in a router without having to buy both a router and a switch? I need 3 or more ethernet connections for my APs I feel like with these guys you need to buy both
Sounds like you want a layer 3 switch...Those cost a lot of money.
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YESSSSS !!!!

missed the last deal on this, hopefully B&H will match so I can save some $$ on tax. I need to buy two. Will wait a day or so for the B&H price match to show up
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