Reviews and Problems with Cisco SG300-10 (SRW2008-K9-NA)
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Great product, documentation is lacking
8 July 2015
Summary: The switch works perfectly. Configuration was a bit of a challenge as the supporting documentation is not well written and required some trial and error to get it right. There are still a couple of things that need configuration and I will have to contact Cisco for assistance.
VERY NICE, worth every penny, Cisco Web interface + ISO CLI, free updates, free support..
20 June 2015
Summary: HIGHLY recommended. Super silent, NO FAN! Super high-end features. Super quality. After returning other switches in frustration, this Cisco switch is stunningly superior in every way imaginable, for only a LITTLE bit more money!
Summary: GUI driven and very user friendly for an average techie to advance their network skills and ability.
Pros: 10 Copper 1GB ports or 9 Copper and two fiber ports. Excellent management capabilities at a reasonable price for layer2 or layer3. Cisco firmware updates are always readily available. Added speed to my home network
Pros: We have about 10 of these deployed, along with a few other larger port SG300 series switches. Love them. -Reliable - Have not has a single one of these reboot on us short of a power loss. -Easy interface - can find any setting quick -SSH management makes it super easy to manage.
Summary: Great Switch for small office or advanced home users. I bought this switch so I could have advanced features like bonding with lacp, vlan support, and other things. Before starting using it, I downloaded and installed the latest firmware for the devide. It works very well, had no problem so far.
Summary: Received item as described and was delivered as promised. This Cisco POE managed switch allowed me to separate my phone system to a different sub-net, helping to reduce network traffic and also powers the IP phones, removing the need for power cords on the desks. Great item at a great price.
Summary: I bought a pair of these several months ago. I got them configured and connected, and they have been running flawlessly since. Just the way a switch ought to be: set and forget. I especially like the enterprise-class features in a smaller form factor that I can use with my home lab (particularly the...
Summary: Much better than the old SG100 series. I love that i can do the GUI and SSH/CLI. Sometimes one works better than the other for me, like when i go to a customer's site and use their computers, they don't have putty or something.
Summary: overall, the pros outweigh the cons in my opinion. I bought this for my VMware lab back in July and it's been treating me pretty nicely. initial setup is kind of weird but once you get it set up, it's really awesome and easy to use. I absolutely love it!
Pros: solid layer 3 switch, handles inter-VLAN routing nicely, latest firmware has a pretty full CLI, fan-less design, runs pretty quiet, and not a lot of downtime
Cons: the initial setup was kind of annoying...I had a big issue assigning IPs to VLAN interfaces and had to restart from scratch a lot. figured out that a static IP needs to be assigned to VLAN 1 for things to work. I wish it was more like other switches where there's no config right out of the box CL...