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ZyXEL Dimension ES-1552 Switch 48x RJ45 - 2x Gigabit & 2x SFP Uplinks -£29.99 FreeDel - Tesco sold by Box
ZyXEL Dimension ES-1552 Switch 48x RJ45 - 2x Gigabit & 2x SFP Uplinks -£29.99 FreeDel - Tesco sold by Box

ZyXEL Dimension ES-1552 Switch 48x RJ45 - 2x Gigabit & 2x SFP Uplinks -£29.99 FreeDel - Tesco sold by Box

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ZyXEL ES-1552 Rackmount 48x Port RJ45 Layer 2 Smart 10/100 Ethernet Switch W/ 2x Gigabit & 2x SFP Uplinks 91-010-156003B
Available from box +delivery and on tesco and ebay although tesco free delivery

£169.99 down to £29.99

Currently £219 @ insight £[email protected] ballicom £206 @Amazon

Box description specs:
https://www.box.co.uk/ZyXEL_ES-1552_Rackmount_48x_Port_RJ45_La_861121.html?gclid=CIubucOz-dMCFca87QoduDUGDA

Auto DDOS protection
Types of DoS Attacks can be prevented:
Land Attacks
Blat Attack
SYNFIN scans
Smurf Attacks
Ping Flooding
SYN/SYN-ACK Flooding

Auto VoIP Telephony feature VLAN support
following VoIP packets
SIP-Session Initiation Protocol
MGCP-Media Gateway Control Protocol
SCCP-Skinny Client Control Protocol
10/100Mbps + 1000Mbps(2 Ports)

Model - 91-010-156003B ( think this is just discontinued so 5year warranty apples on limited lifetime warranty)

16 Comments

Original Poster

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Great price, thanks for sharing.

I actually threw out better specc'd switches than this. I can't see the appeal of this, as was said last time the only good thing about it is it's available cheaper new than second hand!
Still heat for sharing OP!
Personally I decentralised my network and fitted 24 port gigabit Cisco switches in each room, they have since been replaced with 8 port gigabit Netgear units (No fan!)...

OOS Tesco now £39.99 Amazon £18.21 being it's lowest price.
Edited by: "mk3" 18th May

aLV426

I actually threw out better specc'd switches than this. I can't see the … I actually threw out better specc'd switches than this. I can't see the appeal of this, as was said last time the only good thing about it is it's available cheaper new than second hand!Still heat for sharing OP!Personally I decentralised my network and fitted 24 port gigabit Cisco switches in each room, they have since been replaced with 8 port gigabit Netgear units (No fan!)...



That's the biggest issue I have with switches, I have a TP-LINK 24 port mainly because it was fanless but lacks LACP.

My Cisco 3560 is louder than my HP G1610T server.

Out of curiosity which model Cisco switch did you have?

tech3475

That's the biggest issue I have with switches, I have a TP-LINK 24 port … That's the biggest issue I have with switches, I have a TP-LINK 24 port mainly because it was fanless but lacks LACP.My Cisco 3560 is louder than my HP G1610T server.Out of curiosity which model Cisco switch did you have?


They are all SR2024C, it was cheaper to buy 8 port Netgears than replacement fans!
Edited by: "aLV426" 18th May

aLV426

I actually threw out better specc'd switches than this. I can't see the … I actually threw out better specc'd switches than this. I can't see the appeal of this, as was said last time the only good thing about it is it's available cheaper new than second hand!Still heat for sharing OP!Personally I decentralised my network and fitted 24 port gigabit Cisco switches in each room, they have since been replaced with 8 port gigabit Netgear units (No fan!)...



You have this in your house?

OrribleHarry

You have this in your house?



..err... I have something similar in my house too ... ...sorry I meant the "Command Center"
Edited by: "kinell" 19th May

kinell

..err... I have something similar in my house too ... ...sorry I … ..err... I have something similar in my house too ... ...sorry I meant the "Command Center"



I guess your not married.....

10/100 is rather dated so make sure you don't need the extra speed before purchase, but if you really need Vlans or the quantity of ports then I guess it is a good deal.

Can anyone suggest something to place in my loft to supply network connections to my bedrooms? I have plasterboard walls and I'm thinking of trying to network the house up.

A good price for a basic 10/100 switch
My advice would be to pay extra and get a GB switch.
10/100 is really not worth installing these day.

Nice.

ICTHUS

A good price for a basic 10/100 switchMy advice would be to pay extra and … A good price for a basic 10/100 switchMy advice would be to pay extra and get a GB switch.10/100 is really not worth installing these day.




Second that ... i have a good many to give away, if anyone is interested in paying postage.

The SFP uplinks had me interested, but 100Mbps kills it for me.
Could be a good fit if you have lots of sensors or IoT devices perhaps?

At home I have two Zyxel GS1900-24E fanless Gbit switches, bought for £68 last year. They have LACP [spec here] They run a little warm, but no problems at all.
My core servers are linked with Mellanox 10Gb point to point as 10Gb switches are still too expensive.
Edited by: "Hootwo" 19th May

I have a couple of these - great switches.

Yes they are only 10/100 but they have gigabit uplinks so you can link them plus have a spare gigabit port to add to other gigabit switches.

I got mine so I can segment my network with Vlan tagging - my stepson is on his own segment and has no access to the main network, my CCTV cameras are isolated to another vlan and the house links to the workshop between the two switches.

All the fast gigabit devices are on separate switches.

These are a nice cheap way to get into managed switches and play with vlans.
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