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Ubiquiti Unifi 24-Port Managed Gigabit Switch w/ SFP $188.91 Free shipping

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Ubiquiti Networks US-24 24-Port UniFi Managed Gigabit Switch with SFP $189.99

This is the Non PoE version.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...unifi.html

I have been looking for awhile and this is the cheapest I could find it.
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I have a few hundred Ubiquiti switches deployed, there definitely was a batch or two a few years ago with power supply issues and we had a lot of failures. Ubiquiti replaced them, including ones that hadn't failed yet but might have been from the same lots with issues. Outside of that group, our failure rates have been relatively low, and they are cheap enough comparatively that if a few were to drop even including the cost for replacement it would still be worth it.
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Im just getting started building out my Unifi network. The current products seem to work really well. I wouldn't mind replacing all of my gear with an Unifi set up. Has anyone heard anything about their cameras? Are they any good?
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wonderful pulling the trigger
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i don't get it.
this would be a good price if it comes with SFP+ (10G ports)
for what it is, you could just buy a cisco 3560 or 3750 off ebay that offers much more.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cisco-WS...SwjftdNaEP
Cisco WS-C3560G-48PS-S • 48-Port PoE Gigabit Switch 1YR WARRANTY for 139
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Used (at least) 6 year old switch past EOL or new in-box... not really comparable
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Used (at least) 6 year old switch past EOL or new in-box... not really comparable
48 ports POE vs 24 ports none POE isnt really comparable either.
Point is a switch is switch. They can all do gigabit speed none blocking.
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So if a guy needs to run approx 650' to another building and is only looking to get gigabit speeds, what would be the cheapest method to do so reliably? I don't really need a managed switch and I don't know anything about optical/sfp. I also would like something that isn't too power hungry or noisy if possible.
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So if a guy needs to run approx 650' to another building and is only looking to get gigabit speeds, what would be the cheapest method to do so reliably? I don't really need a managed switch and I don't know anything about optical/sfp. I also would like something that isn't too power hungry or noisy if possible.
This switch is not power hungry or noisy. I just don't know about the 650' run. But I believe the distance should be fine if you use the SFP port.
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I bought one from bhphoto since they are an authorized dealer.
I started off just with the unifi controller and an AP.

There are other switches that are more cost effective (as someone mentioned previously), but I've been slowly getting into Unifi's ecosystem and this switch is a great addition to my existing network.

Wish they had a 16 port non-poe!

Thank you for posting!
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You could snag a Dell X1026 or X1026P (depending if you need PoE or not) from eBay. X1026 non-PoE is usually in the $70 range and is fanless. X1026P has a fan but is very quiet and is 802.3af/at.

Also..."Dell Networking X-series switches are backed by an industry leading, lifetime warranty guaranteeing basic hardware service"
Looks like that's been changed to non-transferable?

https://www.dell.com/community/Ne...-p/5042242
The Dell Networking LLW is non-transferable for all N-Series, X-Series, and PowerConnect products purchased after April 1, 2014"
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So if a guy needs to run approx 650' to another building and is only looking to get gigabit speeds, what would be the cheapest method to do so reliably? I don't really need a managed switch and I don't know anything about optical/sfp. I also would like something that isn't too power hungry or noisy if possible.
Fiber run is the answer to 650'
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