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What is a good 24 port POE Switch
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by:jakethecatuk
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Besides POE, what other features do you want?

What is your budget?

Bit like saying '...what is a good car with four doors?...' :)
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by:Brian
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Good small/medium office switches, I usually go for NetGear. I work with mostly small businesses on a budget, your situation may be different.

Without more details all I can really say is stick with a major brand and you should be fine.
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