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Re: Linksys SLM224 or 2024

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The ip <-> mac thing? You mean ARP? :)
It's perfectly normal for it to take over 5 minutes in many cases, and
any managed switch will allow you to flush the ARP cache when this poses
a problem. This "problem" exists just as well for Cisco as for HP
ProCurve switches.

Just my 2c here: go Cisco...

Thomas Goirand wrote:
> Seth Mattinen wrote:
>> Don't get a Cisco Catalyst Express, though. I've been really happy with
>> HP's ProCurve switches as a substitute for Cisco in many cases and
>> they're less expensive.
>> Seth
> I've been very happy as well with an HP Procurve 2810-48 that someone
> here recommended. It had to suffer few DDoS attack, and it never failed,
> even with all the gigabit ports being 70% used...
> The only thing I dislike is that it takes a bit too much time for the
> switch to learn new IP <-> mac things. Like, when switching ports, it
> takes quite some time for the switch to learn it (maybe over 5
> minutes?). Also, having a byte counter in 32 bits is quite silly...
> Apart from that, so far, so good.
> Thomas
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