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IBM 3534 F08 switch

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Is any one know what's a good replacement switch for 3534 F08 switch. My current switch died and I need to replace it quickly.

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Hi,

IBM 3534-F8 is rebranded Brocade 3200 - 2Gbps switch - rather old, do not think you can find the same model .... Was it standalone or part of a fabric? Staying with Brocade is a safe bet. If you do not have 1Gbps devices (so 2Gbps and better), you can go up to 8Gbps model (Brocade 300) - remember the FC is 2generation backwards compatible (1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 Gbps) - so with 8Gbps switch (SFP) you can connect 2Gbps devices.
Harry
 

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