fiber switch for gig

Jeff McAdams jeffm at
Thu Apr 3 16:51:56 UTC 2008

Tim Durack wrote:
> I guess we've had good experience with ProCurve, so have stuck with them.
> I also like the fact that it is the same code train for the 5400
> chassis and 3500 fixed-format. Less work for me when it comes to the
> test-upgrade cycle. We also make heavy use of sFlow monitoring
> (although I believe Foundry supports this too.)

> Anyway, it's another option.

As another Procurve user (also 3500's)...I'd point out that Procurve has
a lifetime warranty on their gear.

Jeff McAdams
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a
little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
                                       -- Benjamin Franklin

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