Hmm 2.5gbs ports, I guess you have a use case for all those poe ports. Why didn’t you just get a SE edition of the dream machine? I suspect that switch isn’t well shielded enough for us crazies, if you use it anywhere near your rack
I have cameras and AP’s that are PoE. It’s easier for me to buy switches that I can move around if need be. That said, I can find another use for that switch and replace it with something like the sw-10.
A recent upgrade to a fibre internet supply and new modem (centre right) demanded reoganisation.
I used a cheap TP-Link PoE switch (16xRJ45, 2xSFP) with improvised brackets and upgraded it with some silent fans, recommended by my Unifi supplier. Rather than use the switch PoE, and resultant heat, I use the supplied Unifi PoE bricks for the access points.
There is a TS-473 lower left that holds my Roon Core. Lower right is a UPS in case of power loss and for surge protection. One of the fibre lines goes to my streamer without any switching at the other end, just a media converter.
My Unifi system supports about 85 IP’s and 5 Unifi access points, with about 30 devices doing audio at up to 24/192 PCM speed. No issues.