Does anybody know what the "H" stands for in models like SG250-26HP and SG250-50HP? I thought it stood for "high" power because the "HP" models tend to be more expensive that the plain "P" models. However, the Cisco data sheets have the "H" models with -less- power than then non-H??
Yeah, I think you are right. I was confused because Amazon pricing showed the P model cheaper than HP but when I checked a couple other sites the P model was always more expensive which makes sense. Thank you!
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