We performed a comparison between D-Link Ethernet Switches and Huawei Ethernet Switches based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Ethernet Switches solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"It is stable."
"Juniper switches are very good with MPLS."
"Juniper Ethernet Switches' best features are the high packer sorting and throughput, good uplink port capacity, and virtual setup."
"The security is good."
"One of the nicest things about Juniper switches is they work well with other vendor products. When you have to go into a situation where other vendor switches are present, you can make it work."
"I like the simplicity of it."
"In terms of performance, Juniper switches have a more user-friendly interface and more features than Cisco products."
"One of the most valuable features of Juniper Ethernet Switches is they are rugged."
"Its integration is the most valuable."
"The initial setup is straightforward."
"The initial setup of D-Link Ethernet Switches is very easy."
"The solution is easy to use."
"The initial setup is straightforward."
"I can't find anything wrong with our D-Link Ethernet Switches."
"The solution is scalable."
"The product is simple to manage."
"Huawei Ethernet Switches are very stable."
"It is easy to understand all the features of Huawei Switches."
"The Huawei switches are stable, easy to set up, and cheap."
"Easy to use, flexible, stable, and offers great performance."
"The functionality is basically the same as Cisco."
"So far, so good when it comes to stability."
"Scalability isn't an issue."
"If you're a small one-on-one organization, then cost-effective-wise, I would recommend it."
"Its distribution channel and the ease of availability should be improved."
"More security could be provided, especially with the rising cyber-attacks in business organizations."
"The initial setup for Juniper switches is complex. Juniper has a new program that solves that problem a little bit, but it is expensive, so I don't use it. It is Juniper Mesh, Juniper Wire, or something like that where you plug in a switch, and it goes out to their cloud, finds a config, and brings it down. So, you can do everything cloud-based, but there is a fee for that. It is expensive, so I've never used it. If we were starting, we would try to do something like that. It is more for a large enterprise for managing hundreds of switches versus what we're doing. They should make its price more cost-effective or include it for new or smaller companies."
"The only issue that we have with Juniper Ethernet Switches is the firmware because it is not stable."
"The price is in the intermediate range. It is not overly expensive, but also not cheap. It could stand improvement."
"The upgrading of the system should be simplified and made faster."
"The technical support from Juniper Ethernet Switches could be better."
"Juniper's support could be much better and faster."
"This solution is not good for distribution at the core."
"They need to have some more high-end switches."
"The technical support needs a lot of improvement."
"The D-Link Ethernet Switches have to be replaced because they are difficult to manage and security is poor. They should add centralized manageability to make the solution better, it will allow administrators to better know what is happening on the network."
"The solution needs better local support."
"We have issues with the stability."
"In a future release, the solution could improve by being more secure and allowing the configuration of each port."
"It should be more stable, and it should have good integration with the cloud. It should support configuration, supervision, and control through the cloud."
"I would like to see some improvements in the access layer switch that is available in Aruba."
"The company needs to provide more on hand training on the product."
"We would like to have a greater level of automation using this solution. The customer support could also be faster."
"It is not easy to use if you need to monitor, patch or update. It needs to be configured by a network specialist because it doesn't have an overall central monitoring tool or anything like that. I'd say no ease of use."
"The graphical user interface could be much better."
"We would like to see additional backup solutions, since we have several degrees of backup."
"Devices should have the ability to configure more easily."
"I didn't like the Huawei Switches because of the different versions resetting the configuration issue. Huawei doesn't support Layer 3 modes while TOE and ARP have some issues."
Juniper Ethernet Switches are made up of the EX Series product line. These EX Series Ethernet Switches provide branch, campus and data center networks with access, aggregation and core layer switching solutions. The end result is secure, fast and efficient application and data delivery.
Today's enterprise networks increasingly demand mobile access, optimal availability, virtualization, and unified communications. The Juniper Ethernet Switches EX Series caters for all of these requirements, ensuring business continuity, network flexibility and maximum productivity.
D-Link Ethernet Switches is ranked 13th in Ethernet Switches with 10 reviews while Huawei Ethernet Switches is ranked 12th in Ethernet Switches with 16 reviews. D-Link Ethernet Switches is rated 7.2, while Huawei Ethernet Switches is rated 7.4. The top reviewer of D-Link Ethernet Switches writes "Easy to set up, stable, and offers reasonable pricing". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Huawei Ethernet Switches writes "Good pricing and better performance than the competition". D-Link Ethernet Switches is most compared with NETGEAR Switches, Cisco Ethernet Switches, MikroTik Routers and Switches, Aruba Switches and Fortinet FortiSwitch - Secure Access, whereas Huawei Ethernet Switches is most compared with Cisco Ethernet Switches, Aruba Switches, H3C Ethernet Switches, HPE Ethernet Switches and NETGEAR Switches. See our D-Link Ethernet Switches vs. Huawei Ethernet Switches report.
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