HPE ProCurve Pros and Cons

HPE ProCurve Pros

LuisPinto
System Administrator with 51-200 employees
ProCurve is easy to configure and to know how to create each connection and configuration.
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MaksimVedernikov
Network Administrator at SA Tallinna Lasteghaigla
This is a very reliable solution.
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reviewer1245279
System Administrator at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
It's easy to manage and configure. The configurations can be exported and imported to another solution.
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Thomas-Roes
Self Employed at Switact
It has a lifetime warranty, that includes lifetime updates.
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reviewer1250136
IT Network & Security Engineer at a mining and metals company with 501-1,000 employees
The LAN features give us exactly what we need.
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Robin Van Elsen
ERP / ICT Manager at N.S.C.S. bvba
The web page interface is very convenient and easy to use for setting up your feedback loops.
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Jerome Bodri
Infrastructure Manager at Sigerly
The user interface is the most valuable aspect of the solution for us.
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reviewer1062765
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The solution is fast and inexpensive.
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Viacheslav-Romanchenko
IT Customer Support Specialist at AM-BITS LLC
The user interface is simple to use.
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reviewer1313376
Telecom Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable features are the price and the warranty.
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HPE ProCurve Cons

LuisPinto
System Administrator with 51-200 employees
Procurve would work better if it had more options like the web environment.
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MaksimVedernikov
Network Administrator at SA Tallinna Lasteghaigla
I would like to see some kind of packet tracer where people can study how the switch is operating.
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reviewer1245279
System Administrator at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
The only things that might need improvement would be the administrative tools and the graphical interface. The GUI could be improved on the administrative interface, for example.
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Thomas-Roes
Self Employed at Switact
If you make a change and you disconnect yourself from the switch, you will create an issue.
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reviewer1250136
IT Network & Security Engineer at a mining and metals company with 501-1,000 employees
We do occasionally have issues with the solution and need to change out the switches sometimes. This can be due to the fan, but, in most cases, it's because the power supply was broken.
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Robin Van Elsen
ERP / ICT Manager at N.S.C.S. bvba
The dashboards could be improved to be more interesting.
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Jerome Bodri
Infrastructure Manager at Sigerly
The solution should offer different gigabit interfaces. Right now, they have ten gigabits. However, for our needs, we only need one gigabit. We don't need 24 or 48 ports. We only need eight to ten. HPE should introduce into their portfolio some smaller and more compact options.
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reviewer1062765
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The solution doesn't have web-based management, which is why we've moved to a different solution.
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Viacheslav-Romanchenko
IT Customer Support Specialist at AM-BITS LLC
I would like to see integration with HPE OneView.
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reviewer1313376
Telecom Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
These switches can be made more stable and robust.
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