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Hi all,
I'd like to rely on community google-fu:
I'd need datasheets (ports, dimensions, power supplies, etc) preferably in comparison matrix format for Catalyst, Juniper EX and HP (procurve and 3com) switches.
Does anybody have anything bookmarked/onhand?

Thanks,
Tamas
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Hi,

this looks like a great way to start. Switch Comparisation chart LINK
I doubt if there are comparisations based on dimension and power supplies.
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Thanks!
I'll definitely bookmark it, but it's a bit short on the required brands.
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