Whilst on topic has anyone come accross reasonably priced 802.3bz supporting switches ; aka 10G Copper with Fallback based on Media Capability?

Netgear and Buffalo were the only two I found that were anywhere close to reasonably priced (1000$ odd); and then there is a long list of Wireless AX ap's that have a port of it which is not useful.



On Fri, 28 Jun 2019 at 14:00, Joel Wirāmu Pauling <joel@aenertia.net> wrote:
Do the edgecore do proper hybrid vlan? Aka Routing Any to Any (including untagged AKA native)?

That was a major drawback of the Routerboard range.

I'm still a big fan of anything running Openwrt mainline; and I still find that cheap j1900 /n3560 ATOM braswell based ones with x86 are far more flexible than anything commercially bundled.
You can get a 4 port j1900 for 50$ and if you want to do Layer3 stuff then the 3160 version is another 100$ or so (and includes AES-NX).

Point me at something that can do Layer3 routing at 5Gbit with high PPS/small packets with encryption for that price point that doesn't come with weirdness - I have been looking for a while.

On Fri, 28 Jun 2019 at 13:39, Richard Hector <richard@walnut.gen.nz> wrote:
Thanks Jonathan,

That's the second suggestion I've had for Edge-core (and that model in
particular).

I'd forgotten (if I knew) about the link with Accton - I put in quite a
few Accton hubs and (ISA) NICs in the 90's.

Cheers,
Richard

On 28/06/19 1:30 PM, Jonathan Brewer wrote:
> Hi Richard,
>
> I've had good experience with EdgeCore products, and I know a few
> providers in New Zealand have been using them in their networks for 10+
> years now.
>
> They have a model that looks like what you
> want: https://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?itemID=438092
>
> The full description from SnapperNet indicates it has CLI
> too. https://www.snappernet.co.nz/product/912/edgecore-ecs2100-10t-8-port-10-100-1000-mbps-gigabit-managed-switch-with-2-gigabit-sfp-slots
>
> Accton, EdgeCore's parent company, also manufactures Facebook's 100G
> datacentre switches, the IgniteNet line of mmWave radios, and probably
> some other OEM stuff I have no idea about.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Jon
>
> On Fri, 28 Jun 2019 at 08:03, Richard Hector <richard@walnut.gen.nz
> <mailto:richard@walnut.gen.nz>> wrote:
>
>     Hi all,
>
>     I hope this isn't too far off topic.
>
>     What's available in the way of managed switches (at least including
>     802.1q VLANs) at a suitable price for a small office?
>
>     The (8-port) one I bought 4 years ago, even at the time the https ui
>     didn't work, because browsers had stopped supporting old certs or
>     ciphers or something. I raised it with the wholesaler, who raised it
>     with the manufacturer - no new firmware ever came out. I couldn't load
>     my own cert onto it either.
>
>     Is there anything better around, at a reasonable price?
>
>     I'm not keen on what I understand is the cisco model either, where you
>     have to maintain a support contract to get any updates.
>
>     Stretching even further - I don't suppose there's anything out there
>     with fully Free (as in freedom) firmware? Does SDN give us that?
>
>     Feel free to reply off-list if you don't want to promote (or disparage)
>     your suppliers (or self) in public :-)
>
>     Cheers,
>     Richard
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