outer the loud fan the 1930 series of instant on switches seems to be fine, so far locally controlled
My only question is, why there is no colsole support i.e. telnet or ssh.
HPE switches were best managed via ssh, it is easy and fast to create and mange vlans and other stuff.
The web interface of the 1930 series reacts really fast and good but ssh / telnet would be a big PRO!
@ChAoSWK Thanks for the feedback on SSH/Telnet and the ability to use the CLI. At this current time, we do not offer SSH/Telnet access, but we will pass your feedback to the product team.
Is there any news about SSH/Telnet implementation to get CLI on 1930?
Yes heck yes we still need CLI.
When I bought the 1930, I was in such a pinch that I could not send the thing back when I realized I was shafted with the lack of CLI.
No I don't care about crap Cloud bullshit, local management or nothing. Need remote? Just setup a reverse proxy into the management lan, a reverse proxy that > I < own and that > I < control.
I'm not giving the masterkey of a local network to a company that I don't own, or said company would own the hardware more than me who paid for it.And in that, what the heck having a managed switch that you can't CLI into?When I realized there was no CLI, and that I could not at that moment afford the luxury to send it back for an other piece of equipment in a timeframe that would be acceptable (time was the issue, not really money), I relegated that precious switch of yours into the dumbest managed switch possible.
Used VLANs to split it in 3, and haven't touched its configuration or anything else since.It's been a mere slave to an ACTUALLY COMPETENT switch for 2 years at that point.
Yes HP, your stupid motto of "we're gonna lock out customers out of base-linux-OS-functions so they enjoy our top level other features more", which is Amazon-fire-phone level of stupid design, turned the Aruba 1930 from a decent piece of prosumer hardware that a sys-admin could cherish down to the e-waste level of 3 corner-store-bought 6 ports unmanaged switches and a piece of tape.