Is there a Cisco switch available with a 10G interface that also has PoE interfaces?
I am currently setting up a new office and we need a switch that has 10G interface for a test purpose. However we would also like to use the same switch for our office phone setup and would like to power the phones from the switch.
If not I will probably have to look at 2 different switches.
You can also look at the Cat4500 series, they are "modular" and you can add any types of ports that you need, including POE, non-POE, 10G. It all depends on how many ports you need, and how many phones.
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