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Over 5 years ago
The 1910 series are really a SOHO switch but they do most of what many organisations need and are absurdly cheap. The downside is that they cripple the UI. GVRP is somewhat clunky but it is the standard (whereas Cisco VTP is easier but proprietary); similarly MSTP (if…
Over 5 years ago
Hi Ashley, The GUI in HP switches is very basic but the CLI is very simple compared to Cisco or others (essentially HP licensed IOS 15 years ago and then simplified it for small-medium businesses). If you want a powerful management solution, you should invest in their IMC…
About 6 years ago
Regarding OSPF, which switches did you use? Ignoring the ComWare range (and their SOHO products), HP has clear delineation between their switch ranges that goes back for over a decade which makes it easy to select the right solution: 25xx = Pure L2 switches, supporting most…
Almost 7 years ago
Hi there Avigail, It really depends on use and budget. Those switches are quite different in many ways. The HP 5412zl (and btw, that model is EOL you should get the 5400-R series which was released a few months ago) is part of HP's "ProCurve" range (i.e. there pre-3Com…

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