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Date:      Mon, 2 Oct 2006 19:56:22 -0400
From:      Bill Moran <wmoran@collaborativefusion.com>
To:        "Marwan Sultan" <dead_line@hotmail.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: how to block rj45 sockets.
Message-ID:  <20061002195622.6c5b59db.wmoran@collaborativefusion.com>
In-Reply-To: <BAY104-F3162130C5FAF5774D204109A1F0@phx.gbl>
References:  <20061002101520.4a212a6c.wmoran@collaborativefusion.com> <BAY104-F3162130C5FAF5774D204109A1F0@phx.gbl>

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"Marwan Sultan" <dead_line@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 
> >Get real switching hardware to replace those Belkins.  Cisco and other
> >switches will allow you to enable/disable ports on demand.
> 
> Do you recommend any good switch product and model number which has port 
> enable.disable
> feature ? other than cisco, in a good price?
> Cisco is litl  bit expensive specially im talking about 24 switch each, 20 
> ports!!

Don't top-post.

There are a number of vendors who sell "managed" switches.  I don't
recommend any of them.  I think Cisco is worth the extra money.

However, most manufactures who sell switches have a line of "managed"
switches.  I don't recommend Dells, but they do exist.  3Com has them --
just about anyone who's serious about selling networking equipment
has them.

-- 
Bill Moran

MAL: Hell, this job I would pull for free.
ZOE: Can I have your share?
MAL: No.
ZOE: If you die, can I have your share?
MAL: Yes.




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