Here is a comparative analysis of four of the

by:Rayoptek     2020-12-05

Cisco SGE2010 48 port switch - This will come with the standard 48 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports and possesses the SSH and SSL encryption built into it. Also features the MAC as well as 802.1x authentication to double strengthen the safety of the data packets on the internet. This also features one-year on-site customers support and life-time warranty.

The best feature of this 48 port gigabit switch is the stacking choice which can combine up to 4 units (192 ports) - which work as a single unit and without having the need to have distinct web management interface. The inter operability of different switches enables it to be stashed with the Cisco SGE2000, SGE2000P 24-Port gigabit switches or the Cisco SGE2010P.

3Com SuperStack 3 Switch 3870 - Here is a switch with an usual 10/100/1000 Ethernet port stack loaded with 10 Gbps full duplex assistance. Assists the complex 802.3ae component for high speed inter-switch connections. Additionally comes with a 60 day supervisor software that supports automated prioritization for real time significant data.

Netgear Prosafe 48-port Gigabit Smart Switch GS748T - This really is an alternative in the assortment of smart switches from Netgear. Comes with the normal 48 port configuration which together support 2000 Mbps of data in a whole duplex mode.

Additionally offered are the optic fiber connectivity ports. This Netgear 48 port switch comes with additional improved characteristics like the performance tracking, port trunking and Class of Service attribute for traffic prioritization. All of this comes for the price of the typical unmanaged switch.

D-Link - DGS-3650 xStack managed 48-port gigabit stackable L3 Switch This brings in efficiency and cost-effectiveness to picture for your small workplace setup. Has built in support for IPv6 routing. Additionally comes with the sFlow characteristic to collect real time traffic data for in depth evaluation.

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