48 port gigabit unmanaged switch review Tags: LAN Switch Networking Last response: October 12, 2010 8:28 PM in Networking Share bretlinton October 11, 2010 4:23:34 PM Anyone have a recommendation for a 48 port unmanaged switch - good or bad? this is strictly carrying data, does not have to be layer 3 or POE More about : port gigabit unmanaged switch review hang-the-9 October 11, 2010 5:39:52 PM Not many 48 port unmanaged switches, infact I could only fine one for sure. So as far as recomendations go, 1 of 1 is your pick. http://www.tp-link.com/products/productDetails.asp?clas... http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/powerconnect-2848/pd?... looks to be managed, but is pretty cheap. I can't think of a business reason why a company would make a 48 port switch without any type of controls. The market for it would be maybe 10 people. riser October 12, 2010 8:28:43 PM Without even looking at the links posted by HT9, I would expect the 48 port switch to cost significantly more. In addition it would be a single point of failure. I would recommend going with 2-24 port unmanaged switches. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : Forum24- port gigabit unmanaged switch ForumLook for a quiet 48-port (or stackable 24- port ) gigabit switch Forum24 port gigabit switch ForumNeed 8- port MANAGED GigaBit Switch ? Forum24 Port Gigabit Switch , what would be best for our setup? ForumHigh powered and 48 port switches ForumWireless router with Unmanaged switch ? ForumBest value 48-port gigabit switch Forumbest gigabit switch and topology for SMB ForumBest gigabit switch ForumSpeeding up gigabit home network Forum48 port gigabit switches with fiber connector ForumHow do I connect multiple unmanaged switches to a router? ForumWireless router before or after unmanaged switch ? ForumGigabit network for new house ForumBest switch for 130 units internet gaming cafe ForumCheap Ethernet 80- port 10/100 switch ? ForumHow to setup a 1GB Gigabyte Network ForumLinux Killed Ethernet Port? Forum[Solved] Multiple NIC's, switch, one router. More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !