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10 days ago
For an Enterprise? I would definitely go with Cisco. Cisco has a wide range of products to accommodate all present and future needs of an enterprise organization.  Cisco support is very professional in case something goes wrong.  Cisco products are very stable, have lots…
24 days ago
If you want high performance and stability, you should definitely go with Ruckus Wireless.  Ruckus Wireless APs have: - Adaptive antenna technology (called BeamFlex) This technology analyzes different paths to reach the client and electronically turns itself to a…
About 1 month ago
If you care more about performance and stable communications, Ruckus Wireless is definitely better.  Ruckus Wireless APs have; - Adaptive antenna technology (called BeamFlex). This technology analyzes different paths to reach the client and electronically turns itself to a…
About 2 months ago
It depends on the physical environment you have.  If it is an easy environment (close proximity to the AP and not too many clients), then all APs will give similar results with good customer satisfaction. In this case, you should look into price differences. All AP…
4 months ago
Most of the Wi-Fi properties come embedded in the chipset. So, there is not too much difference between different brand APs.  If you are redoing your Wi-Fi infrastructure because of new technologies (such as Wi-Fi 6), fine. If you are redoing it because of a bad user…
6 months ago
If you are asking if it is mandatory, no it is not.  If you are asking if it is a good idea, it depends on whether you are using PoE models, and whether you are using single or double power supplies on each switch in the stack.  If you are using single power supply for…
7 months ago
I wholeheartedly agreee with everything Luis Apodaca has said. My additional comments are as follows: What is the size of your network, and are you using any features of the Cisco switches? How many switches are you trying to use and what is the total price difference…
11 months ago
I did not use Luxul. I don't know anything about those switches. So, any comparison coming from me would be biased. Netgear products are very professionally designed and carry lifetime warranty. Most of the managed switches also have console port, allowing Command Line…
Over 1 year ago
There are two ways of connecting multiple switches together: a) Cascade: You connect port of a switch to a port of another switch. This way, you are looking at two independent switches connected to each other (with their independent IP numbers if given). Regular Ethernet…
Over 1 year ago
Are you sure the switch brand is Juniper? Could it be Cisco instead? Your question is not easy to answer because you did not indicate any specifications. It is usually not possible to match 100% someone else's model. If you are looking for a "similar" product, then you…
Over 1 year ago
Managed switches allow you to; a) Enable Spanning Tree which will prevent loops. b) Configure VLANs in order to segment the network and isolate segmented parts from each other. c) Configure Quality of Sevice for optimum traffic and prioritization. d) Take…