Need Gigabit Switch Heavy Load? Tags: LAN Switch VoIP Servers Networking Last response: March 3, 2009 6:43 PM in Networking Share chavenor February 27, 2009 7:12:07 PM Working on a telcom project -need a very reliable switch. Switch must be 10/100/1000, no special features are needed since it will be used to pass VoIP calls off to different Blade Servers. Switch will be handlieng loads close to max 24/7. Must last at least 2 years before getting replaced. Budget: $350-$650. 12 port or 24 port. It does NOT have to be rackable. Thanks for the help all! Casey Havenor More about : gigabit switch heavy load sturm March 3, 2009 6:43:17 PM Beyond getting a corporate type switch from say Cisco, or HP, etc... your sol as I haven't heard of any lasting that long under that kind of load. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNeed Gigabit Switch Recommendation Forum SolvedNeed Help Choosing Gigabit Switch for Home Network Forum Need Gigabit Switch Recommendation Forum Do I need a gigabit switch or is 10/100 ok? Forum Advice needed on quietest 24 port POE Gigabit Switch Forum Need an 8-port gigabit switch recommendation. Forum Need 8-port MANAGED GigaBit Switch? Forum SolvedGigabit Switch and 200Mbps Powerline Adapter Forum SolvedGigabit connection in a switch Forum SolvedPC reboots while under heavy load Forum SolvedPC Shuts down under heavy load/games Forum Solved10/100 or Gigabit Ethernet switch for connection to internet Forum SolvedTruth about a Gigabit Switch? Forum Solvedlooking for 2 port (only) gigabit switch Forum Solvedhow to setup a netgear ProSafe 8-port Gigabit switch G5108 v3 to my Playstation 4 Forum SolvedUsing Gigabit switch and modem Forum SolvedCan using a under powered laptop charger make my notebook shut down under heavy load? Forum SolvedFX 8320 vdroop dropping to 1.26-1.28v under heavy load and @ 4.4Ghz but still runs stable through IBT, Prime95, and gaming.... Forum SolvedHow would I set up my home network with a modem, router (that lacks Gigabit ethernet), and an 8-port switch? Forum SolvedGigabit Network Bottlenecking on Router to Switch Connection Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !