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πŸ’‘ Enhanced Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 10X: High-Performance 10-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough (ES-10X) Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5Β Β 
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BrandUbiquiti Networks
Item Dimensions LxWxH2 x 8 x 4 inches
Actuator TypePush Button
International Protection RatingIP15

Description of πŸ’‘ Enhanced Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 10X: High-Performance 10-Port Gigabit Switch with PoE Passthrough (ES-10X)

Upc: 817882025188. Weight: 1.550 lbs


Global ratings 7
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Type of review

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Power over PoE is so useful

Like the previous reviewer, I'm using this to extend my ES-8-150w via PoE. It's nice to have a 20-port switch in two different places in the house, each with 10 ports. All with a power cord. No complaints, love the web interface, the new edge switches have one of the best VLAN configuration pages ever designed. Please update Edgeswitches Ubiquiti! I would like 10 g.

  • An absolute legend
  • Expensive

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Simple but solid performer

Very simple user interface, maybe too simple for some advanced users, but overall the switch works very well, even under heavy load. I use 2 of these to carry traffic between 2 floors using multiple VLANs to separate tagged/untagged traffic between different guest, mesh and secure Wi-Fi subnets and the switches are as happy as only possible. Understanding VLAN beyond the basics (iii) Performance degradation => this is your switch. What I like about Ubiquiti: their responsiveness. For…

  • Everything is fine!
  • Not everything fits

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Excellent Managed L2 POE Switch by Ubiquiti

This switch does exactly what it was designed to do. This is a managed L2 switch (NOT a managed L3 switch, there is a HUGE difference). With this L2 MANAGED SWITCH you can perform VLAN tagging (see picture), link aggregation (LAG), POE input (as power supply) and 24V POE output. I supply it via the POE input of a separate POE switch. I haven't needed a 24V POE output yet. People complain that this POE output doesn't work properly. This is because they use devices that should NOT use 24V POE…

  • Stylish and modern design
  • Slightly dented

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Nothing to do with the rest of the EdgeSwitch line

I admit I should have done some research. But this switch differs from the rest of the EdgeSwitch line, which is a naming error by Ubiquiti. It has a stripped down UI and not the old UI.

  • Brilliantly done
  • Everything is great

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Know what you are buying!

This is a great managed switch IF you have a reliable router. Some switches struggle to perform Layer 3 functions with sufficient speed. It is much easier. It doesn't have any level 3 features. If you're working with something like the ER4 that doesn't have a switch chip, this is a great companion. If you want internetwork VLANs to be handled natively, this is not the case. Set up your VLANS on the switch to match the router, and then do your work on the router. There are some nice gestures…

  • Easy to use
  • Insanely slow

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great for extending UBNT Edge Switches

Nice little addition to any powered UBNT switch. Disconnect it from one of the passive POE ports and don't worry about the power supply. Has the same interface as other EdgeSwitch. Clean, clear and user-friendly interface. Also connects to UNMS.

  • Builds confidence
  • Worries me

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Surprisingly disappointing Ubiquiti product (of which I have many)

It's not really a full-featured managed switch like the rest of the EdgeMax line. An outdated interface and thus many features are missing from this switch. It also cannot transmit POE to G3 security camera reliably. I kept finding the camera in a boot loop, unplugged it and plugged it back in, and it worked for a couple of hours, and then again. Returned.

  • Worth the money
  • Long time