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Ubiquiti Networks 8-Port UniFi Switch, Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP, 150W (US-8-150W),White

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Brand Ubiquiti Networks
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  • (8) Gigabit RJ45 Ports
  • (2) Gigabit SFP Ports
  • Auto-Sensing IEEE 802.3af/at PoE+
  • Configurable 24V Passive PoE
  • 10 Gbps Total, Non-Blocking Line Rate
  • (8) Gigabit RJ45 Ports
  • (2) Gigabit SFP Ports
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Reviewed in Australia on 23 October 2019
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Reviewed in Australia on 10 June 2019
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Rick
1.0 out of 5 stars Received a well used item . Damage all around
Reviewed in Canada on 20 May 2020
Model: 8 Port 150WVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Received a well used item . Damage all around
Reviewed in Canada on 20 May 2020
Has this happened to anyone else ? I was concerned immediately,as the slip cover on the box for the Switch was glued and would not come off .
Finally get it off only to find I have what looks like an expensive extremely abused piece of electronics .
Bent lid with screws not installed , scratches etc.
Was so looking forward to receiving this,only to get a very used one.

Edit : I forgot the most important part . There was a beat up D-Link 16 port switch in a Ubiquiti box . I never even received a Ubiquiti switch .
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Nate H.
5.0 out of 5 stars ... 8 port (technically 10 port with sfp ports) is fantastic. I set this guy up at my home ...
Reviewed in the United States on 6 November 2017
Model: 8 Port 150WVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars ... 8 port (technically 10 port with sfp ports) is fantastic. I set this guy up at my home ...
Reviewed in the United States on 6 November 2017
This 8 port (technically 10 port with sfp ports) is fantastic. I set this guy up at my home and it is a perfect solution.

Pros:
First, the build quality is top notch. The metal housing feels like it's coated in some kind of finish that almost sparkles in the light. The build is sturdy and nothing sounds loose whem you give it a shake.

Second, I love that the power supply is built inside the frame on this unit. I owned the 8 port 60 watt model for a few weeks, which I returned in favor for this model. The 60 watt model has a power brick on the included power cable, but this model doesn't have that. It makes cabling more tidy.

Third, the included sfp ports are nice if you need just a couple more ports. With copper gbic sfp modules, you can add two more rj45 ports. Or, if you want to bring fiber optic right to the switch, you have that option to install a fiber optic sfp module.

Fourth, having all 8 copper ports capable of pushing POE+ (802.1af AND 802.1at POE standards). This is nice to push more power to your Unifi APs and some Unifi cameras that can take advantage of the 802.1at POE+ standard.

Fifth, I love the Unifi controller software. It works quickly and is simple to setup. One main attractor of why I choose Ubiquiti was the unified controller for all of my gear. I love having one place to configure and view status of my home network.

Con:
I can only say that 200$ for an 8 port switch is steep. However, $200 for an 8 port + 2sfp + 802.1at + ubiquiti Unifi software switch, I can justify the price.

Keep up the great work Ubiquiti. I would love to see more features on the Unifi controller, like native vlan configuration per port, dhcp snooping, Switch port Mac security, and lldp support when connecting non ubiquiti devices. With some of those extra features, I would be more likely to setup ubiquiti for my business networks. (See Update 1)

UPDATE 1 - 4/11/2018
Ubiquiti has provided frequent software updates for the switch and the unifi controller. They have included some great features I wished they had at the beginning of my review.

Switchport Profiles - This allows you to configure a profile for a certian switchport purpose. I.E. Uplinks, POE ports, AP ports, Phone ports, Camera ports, etc. You can now assign a native vlan for trunked ports, and permit only certain vlans. Other advanced options are now available like 802.1X Control, manual link negotiation (duplex and speed), storm-control( multicast, broadcast and unknown unicast flooding!), manual LLDP configuration, and rate limiting! It is very nice to see some of these more advanced features available on the controller now!!! If the software keeps advancing like this, my 200 dollar investment is looking great.
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James Resiter
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent choice for a managed, PoE capable switch!
Reviewed in the United States on 21 July 2016
Model: 24 Port 250WVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent choice for a managed, PoE capable switch!
Reviewed in the United States on 21 July 2016
The 250W version of the UniFi 24-port managed switch exceeded my expectations! Plenty of experience with UniFi APs and the associated controller led me to the selection of this device for the following reasons:

1.) Single pane of glass management: If you're already running another UniFi device and have a pre-existing instance of the UniFi Controller (via local install, VM, AWS instance, or cloud key), adopting this switch and making the necessary adjustments to its configuration are very intuitive. Provisioning VLANs and assigning per-port configurations are far more complex in other vendor's UIs and solutions. At a glance, you can quickly discern connected MAC address, link speed, and whether or not PoE is in use. Configuration changes apply quickly with no disruption. Updating firmware revisions is also incredibly simple. No TFTP, SFTP, other protocols/solutions are required as long as you have a running UniFi controller.

2.) 24V Passive and PoE+ capabilities: While the current-generation UAP-AC-Pro can operate with either PoE specification, the lesser APs and legacy APs require 24V Passive distribution capability within the switch or use of an injector. This switch supports the full gamut of UniFi APs without issue, along with the other miscellaneous UniFi portfolio offerings. While the 250W rating will cap the total number of PoE-enabled devices one can run, it's a balanced compromise for environments that won't be loading the switch ports up with an overabundance of PoE endpoints. The 500W variant of this switch better addresses that market.

3.) Price: If you watch very, very carefully, you can get a pretty spectacular deal on this switch from Amazon.

4.) Build Quality and Noise Considerations: The construction and aesthetics of this switch are unequaled at this price point. It's clean, minimalist, and has the necessary indicators that provide the ability to know what its doing using nothing more than a quick glance. The labels and LEDs do the job well and are clear. As a point of reference, this switch makes less fan noise than an HP V1910 switch with the stock delta fan. It's not silent, but it would be far more tolerable if you are forced to keep the switch out in the open or within close proximity to other equipment.

Minor caveats of note include:

1.) Port Aggregation: Ports that will be aggregated (e.g. LACP/LLDP interfaces) are limited to a quantity of four, and follow in series from the first port defined for the aggregated link. Selecting Port 2 (as an example) will allow you to aggregate Ports 2 through 5. There are cabling considerations to be processed and accounted for if you're using aggregation.

2.) Availability: Procuring this switch at list price (or slightly better than list price) can be a challenge. As long as you're not in a rush, you won't be gouged.

3.) Dependency on the UniFi Controller. Once configured, the controller won't be required to run 24/7. If you want to make a change, you need an active controller that has adopted all UniFi products. Many options exist to fulfill this purpose including the UniFi Cloud Key, a VM, an AWS instance, or running the controller on a PC of your choosing. Weigh the pros and cons of each before making the commitment to the best option in this space.

None of these caveats detract from what is another excellent product made by Ubiquiti.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great hardware, software could offer richer monitoring tools
Reviewed in the United States on 16 March 2017
Model: 24 Port 250WVerified Purchase
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Tyler Szabo
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice switch, however my first one died suddenly after ...
Reviewed in the United States on 26 November 2017
Model: 8 Port 150WVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice switch, however my first one died suddenly after ...
Reviewed in the United States on 26 November 2017
Nice switch, however my first one died suddenly after a few weeks (thus 4 out of 5) Amazon sent a replacement but I needed to find a way to power my PoE devices in the interim (thus no information on Ubiquiti's RMA process). I likely wouldn't have decided to go with such an expensive managed PoE switch if it weren't for the integration with other Unifi devices.

Gets a little warm - internal temp reads 60C on a shelf near other equipment in a large ~21C room, from photo the top of the case was ~30-36C (not unexpected for a 150W switch), so be sure the plan is to mount it somewhere with some airflow.

You will need either a computer or a UniFi cloud key running the UniFi Controller software to use the manged features.
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