Juniper EX2200-24T-4G Switch

10 Overall Score
Build Quality: 10/10
Functionality: 10/10
Features: 10/10

Limited Lifetime Warrenty | Solid Build Quality | Feature Rich

I cannot find any.

It’s now time for me to end this over view of the Juniper EX2200-24T-4G.  I will be running more in to depth reviews on specific features regarding the switch.  So far it seem like it will do everything we will ever need it to do.  I am going to be pretty lenient of my first rating and give it a overall of a 10.  I was not able to find any…  Downsides to this switch yet.  It has a quite a bit of functionality packed into a small box.

As I come up with more tests to put this thing through.  I will write additional reviews, or write ups on them.  I will post them in this review for easy book marking.

 

With that being said.  The build quality of the Juniper is Cisco like,  Interface is a bit different than Cisco,  however, it is pretty easy to use, and to manipulate.  It is VERY feature rich.  I don’t know what else I would want.

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4 Comments on "Juniper EX2200-24T-4G Switch"

  1. Kristopher Wandall May 23, 2011 at 11:54 pm - Reply

    What I’d like to see is a comparison of this unit, and others, against a home built router/switch using pfsense.

  2. Michael Wallace May 24, 2011 at 12:01 am - Reply

    We can definitely do that. However, I want to mention that this isn’t a home built switch. This is a enterprise level switch. There are things that this will just do better. Most home built stuff will have a very small backplane 2Gbit-8Gbit max, while this will do over 56Gbit/sec on the back plane. My follow up review will show what this thing will do 24/7 365. We’ve just put this switch into production 🙂

  3. Jack Wu May 24, 2011 at 12:34 am - Reply

    You can certainly compare x86 home-built router with enterprise-level performance and features (e.g. Vyatta) to big-name routers that does the same thing. But this is a switch; there are no home-built possibilities here.

    • Michael Wallace May 24, 2011 at 11:54 pm - Reply

      Yeah. While this will do some static routing for you, it shouldn’t be used as a router. This should be used in conjunction with a router.

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