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Recommend a 20+ port network hub?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by ToyotaMan, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. ToyotaMan

    ToyotaMan

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    I'm adding some more computers at work and our current network hub won't have enough spaces. Can someone recommend a hub that is well regarded?
     
  2. proguncali

    proguncali 1911-2004 CLM

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    Buy a Non-managed switch. You'll have way better network performance.

    You can get a NEtgear or a DEll for pretty cheap.
     

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    well regarded =

    Cisco
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    Foundry
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  5. David_G17

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    not sure of the model, but we just got some massive D-link's where i work, and they're awesome.

    replaced about half a dozen link-sys routers.
     
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    You get get 3com superstacks all day long on ebay for cheap. Decent switches from everyone I talk to.