do this. run a say 1 gig file transfer between multiple machines at the same time over the lan. use a stopwatch. now do it on a 3550 (if need be borrowed from your local cisco sales office)
when he sees the cisco tears his ibm up, he will be sold. also so him all the management and reporting capabilites in snmp, logging and rmon that exist in the 3550, once he sees per interface bandwidth graphs, logs on port collisions (saving time on pc slowness diagnostics, etc.), and how easy it is to configure and troubleshoot from the web interface, i think he will not balk at dropping 5K to get the cisco
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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