I'm currently working on a project for a new building going up at our college. I've been looking everywhere to find Gigabit Ethernet switches. Right now on campus we have 3com 24port 10/100 3300 series switches. I was looking for something similar but all I've come across are modular switches. Does Cisco make anything non-modular in a Gigabit Switch or should I move to modular switch? I was hopping to find a switch that has 24 or 48 10/100/1000 ports. Also what type of cabling should I use? I'm hopping to use CAT5.
The new building will be two floors and a total of 50,000Sqft. Initially there will be about 300 computers in the building.
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