Summary: Nice Switch works right out of the box. However, I can't get a Ruckus ZoneFlex 7731 access point to work with it. Strange enough, the Ruckus point to point bridge works just fine with this unit.
Summary: Used these to replace HP Procurve series switches in order to implement an IP telephony system. Each phone is drawing approximately 5300 mW so we might have gotten away with the lower power model, but this gives us plenty of headroom in case of other future uses. Monitor other websites for this product and be sure not to overpay as pricing can differ greatly.
Pros: More than sufficient power Clear and extensive management interface
Cons: Approximately double the depth of a non-PoE switch Louder than a non-PoE switch
Crazy Hick in NH "If you ain't first, you're ..., Amazon
24 February 2013
Summary: Gotta love that some direct vendors are getting 800-900 each, other online resellers are getting 700-800 and yet little ole Amazon wants $625.99. Crazy. The switch is great for the cost and function. I wish HP would make one in a 48-port configuration...the 2920 series 48-port runs around 3k (ouch)!
Summary: The HP V1910 is a great product line. We purchased the 24 port version with PoE and have had no troubles whatsoever. It was a little difficult to set up initially, and the one possible gripe is on the web interface there's a save button, as well as a button to commit the changes. The unit effectively needed to be set up twice because we didn't see the extra required link.