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Looking for a Switch with Rate Limit per individual port

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Hi Guys,

I have been trying out a SMC8648-t switch. And it really has all the options that I am looking for. Unfortunately this switch is unstable and discontinued so I cant get another one.

I am looking for a switch where you can control uplink/downlink individually per port. Plus I am looking for the ability to control "Rate Limit" per port. So that I can setup some ports to 10mbit or 50mbit or 100mbit etc.

I unfortunately dont have a huge budget at the moment.

I am looking for a 48 port gigabit with the above things in it. So far I have looked through several manuals for other switches but can't seem to find any that has the "Rate Limiting". Maybe I am just not looking at the right thing?

All feedback would be greatly appreciated
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With Cisco 3560s, you can rate limit using QoS (class and policy maps).
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