Avaya Ethernet Switches [EOL] Overview

What is Avaya Ethernet Switches [EOL]?
For small to midsize companies and branch offices, Avaya Ethernet switches are easy to install, manage, and run. You can deploy them in open environments outside the wiring closet. Your switch connects to and powers end-user devices throughout the office. It comes with certified one-minute plug-and-play for IP phones, an intuitive management GUI, and automated set-up.
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Download the Ethernet Switches Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: May 2021

Avaya Ethernet Switches [EOL] Customers
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IslamMansour
Senior Network Administrator at American University in Cairo (AUC)
Real User
A reliable solution under harsh environmental conditions

What is our primary use case?

We are using the 5520 and the 5600 models as layer 2 switches, and the 8600 as a layer 3 switch. These units are all on-premises deployments.

Pros and Cons

  • "This solution is very reliable and works well under harsh environmental circumstances."
  • "The CLI syntax for this solution is different from other switches such as Cisco and Juniper, and it takes us a long time to integrate a new device and get it working properly."

What other advice do I have?

Avaya has been acquired by Extreme and I'm guessing that they will replace the current software with ExtremeXOS. I don't know what new features they are implementing or what modification they are going to make. In terms of recommendations, Cisco is not my favorite vendor. I find that Juniper is more flexible, and they are stable like Avaya with no issues. Ultimately, I would recommend either Avaya or Juniper solutions. This is a good solution, but nothing is perfect. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.