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10g switch or 1g

Hi,

Kindly suggest a switch which can support approx. 300 concurrent users who will access application server and 12 TB NAS thru intranet. Total users would be1500

Customer has asked for a 10G switch, kindly confirm do customer require a 10g switch or not

Regards

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Re: 10g switch or 1g

Hello,

From the information you provide, I would go with the sentence "the bigger, the better" if the customer afford. The idea about network throughput doesn't limit to only this device. You can have a 10G switch here, but have bottleneck somewhere else in the network, due to a low-end switch which cannot support all this load.

I know it's not too helpful, maybe somebody here can help you more, or you can provide more details.

Cheers,

Calin

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Re: 10g switch or 1g

Gee whiz.  This is a tall order.  Do you have any other information?  8, 12, 24 or 48 port?  PoE or non-PoE?  Chassis-based or not?

Layer 2 switches (Gig)
2350/2360, 2975, 2960G, 2960S

Layer 2/Layer3 switches (Gig)
3560G, 3750G, 3560E/3560X, 3750E/3750X

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