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Should i use this switch :

ftp://ftp.zyxel.com/GS-3012/datasheet/GS-3012_3.pdf

For distributing global ip addresess in my small home dc ?
Should i limit bandwith
Should i watch traffic usage monthly ?
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Being a layer 2 switch doesn't seem to have dhcp capabilities to distribute ip addresses.

About the other questions it really depends on how many hosts are you going to connect to the switch.
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