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6.7* out of 10

Linksys SRW208P

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Overall 6

Works fine, but web UI requires IE

Carlos Alvarez, Amazon
11 August 2011
  • Summary: This would be a five-star product, except the web interface won't work with anything other than IE. We don't have any Windows computers, so we can't run IE. I'm shocked that in 2011 there are still products that require IE. Leave it to Cisco, often a great product, but sometimes makes you wonder what they were thinking. Functionally it works well, powers everything fine, and performs well. We're using it with Linksys/Cisco IP phones and several brands of IP cameras.
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Overall 8

Great Prime Order

Joseph Singca, Amazon
17 February 2010
  • Summary: Prime is excellent and great. Only this order took a bit longer that it should. I was expectign everything 2 days after.
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Overall 10

Works great with my poe Polycom phones.

C. Trimble "Pencil Pusher", Amazon
1 June 2009
  • Summary: There was one setting I had to change to get them to work. It was under multicast. I had to set all of the ethernet ports to static. Other then that it worked perfect. Also this switch comes with 3 years hardware and 5 years of phone support from Cisco. They have people on the phones 24x7 which is awesome. And to top it off, the people you speak with are American!
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Overall 10

Great Small Switch

AgedWireHead, Amazon
23 May 2007
  • Summary: The Linksys SRW208P (and its 16 and 24-port cousins) are great switches. The power-over-Ethernet feature is well designed, even recognizing that an old (pre-standards POE) Cisco phone is plugged in and properly feeding it power! Quality-of-service is appropriately and automatically configured for VOIP on the switch. Add an appropriate UPS to power the switch, router, and cable/DSL modem, and a home or small office VOIP setup takes a large step toward reliability.
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