Switches

Stackable Switches

Multiply your networking power with stackable networking equipment, including stackable switches to multiply ports and simplify management.

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Gigabit Ethernet Switches

Search a variety of Gigabit Ethernet switches, including multi-port switches in all popular configurations – 8 port, 16 port, 24 port, 48 port Gigabit switches, and more.

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Link Aggregation

Provide network redundancy and throughput enhancements with link aggregation techniques, including link aggregation switching and dynamic link aggregation.

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Copper Uplink

Using a Copper uplink, one device can be connected to a network, or a LAN can be connected to a larger network

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Unmanaged Switches

Unmanaged Switches Unmanaged Switches enable Ethernet devices such as computers and printers to communicate with each other. Unlike Managed Switches, Unmanaged Switches come with a fixed configuration that is not editable. Primarily Unmanaged Switches are used in small networks where network traffic is light and flows unrestricted between devices without the need for giving priority […]

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Smart Managed Switches

What is a smart managed switch? A smart managed switch is a type of network switch that offers advanced features for managing network traffic, such as quality of service (QoS), virtual local area networks (VLANs), and port mirroring. It is designed to provide greater control and flexibility for network administrators, while still being easy to […]

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A Guide to D-Link Industrial Switches

Introduction To be in the know, you need to get in the loop Always-on connectivity can help turn an urban area into a smart city and an automated factory into a productivity powerhouse. Yet it’s only when you create a seamless cycle of connections across your environment that you can collect, analyse and learn from […]

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Multicast Routing Switches

A multicast router (mrouter) will direct a single data stream to multicast routing switches. These switches then transmit data units to many end-users, separately and simultaneously. A multicast router program has the ability to classify packets as either multicast or unicast for the appropriate distribution. Multicasting refers to delivering one transmission to many hosts, with […]

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