Related to my previous question - we want to install three 48-port gigabit switches to run our network.
We were originally looking at LinkSys srw2048, but aparently these cannot be backplane stacked.
I'm looking for a recomendation - a 48-port gigabit switch that we can somehow link at the backplane to allow maximum throughput - otherwise all the switches have to be linked by a single ethernet cable.
Any ideas? Budget is not limitless - something similar to the srw-2048 would be great.
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