Greetings, We just had a weird event happen when shutting down our third "quorum" host, which is being replaced. We use IPoIB on some old Mellanox IB cards and a Mellanox IB switch. The result was that one of the two remaining hosts went into kernel panic and had to be powercycled. In order to have faster VM migrations, we moved the cluster network over to IB several months ago, which I understand is no longer necessary as of PVE 4.4. At any rate, this sudden and unexpected outage has resulted in enough of a human panic to justify scrapping IB for 10GBaseT. The reason we were on IB in the first place is that 10G switches are super expensive, at least the managed ones from the likes of Dell/Cisco, etc. Are any of you out there using the cheaper Netgear switches? Such as NETGEAR ProSAFE 8-Port 10-Gigabit Ethernet Web Managed Switch (XS708E-200NES) This switch costs around $700 USD and we could make due with 8 ports. I have found mixed reviews regarding cheap 10G switches. Any positive or negative experiences and with what hardware? Regarding NICs, we have had success with Intel X540T2 to connect two hosts without any switch so I imagine we will stick with those adapters. Thanks!