[ubuntu-us-nm] Home networking gear

DThomas at metrocourt.state.nm.us DThomas at metrocourt.state.nm.us
Fri May 16 19:43:22 BST 2008


This is a darn good question, what is a good switch for home use that is 
Linux friendly but cost friendly too.



Chris Brotherton <chris at protonlab.net> 
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My linksys switch died last night and I need a new one.  I am looking for 
8
ports, GigE, and support for jumbo frames.  Does anyone have a 
recommendation?
I noticed that a lot of switches use broadcom chips.  Given broadcom's
attitude towards linux, I would prefer a switch that uses somebody else's
chips (however, a broadcom chip is not a deal breaker).

Chris.

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