In the midst of the various Gigabit Ethernet switches on the market, the 24 port Gigabit switch is considered as an optimal solution for handling data traffic that delivers great scalability. Why 24 port Gigabit switches are needed? How do you choose a suitable 24 port Gigabit switch? Here is a guide for selecting the FS 24 port Gigabit switches.
In computer networking, a Gigabit switch with 24 ports helps direct traffic to your businesses shared network with greater ease and faster speed. Designed with 24 ports, the Gigabit network switch connects multiple devices, such as computers, servers, or game systems to a Local Area Network (LAN), as well as empowers devices like 4K HDTVs and DVRs to connect directly to the Internet without depending on Wi-Fi. With fast and stable data transfers, the 24-port Gigabit switch can increase your LAN speed and expands network capacity easily and efficiently.
FS 24 port Gigabit switch is an affordable managed switch that provides a reliable infrastructure for your network. The 24-port managed Gigabit switch delivers more intelligent features to improve the availability of your critical business applications. This kind of 24-port Gigabit switch can also protect your sensitive information, and optimize your network bandwidth to deliver information more effectively. All in all, the 24-port Gigabit switch provides the ideal combination of affordability and capabilities for SMBs to create a more efficient, better-connected network.
There are many types of 24-port Gigabit switches for various demands on the dazzling market. When selecting the right 24-port Gigabit switch, you need to weigh up the options between 24-port managed or unmanaged Gigabit switch, 24-port PoE or non-PoE Gigabit switch, 24-port stackable or standalone Gigabit switch, 24-port Gigabit switch with fanless design or 24-port Gigabit switch with build-in fans, etc.
Managed Gigabit switches are often referred to as intelligent network switches, offering the most precise control and management of the network. The unmanaged Gigabit switch is less intelligent but more cost-effective than the managed Gigabit switch. When choosing between the unmanaged vs managed 24-port Gigabit switch, it’s a simple calculation: the more complex or likely a network will grow in the future, the more intelligent Gigabit switches are required. A managed vs unmanaged 24-port Gigabit switch ultimately comes down to the network control and what level the subscribers want.
PoE (Power over Ethernet) is a capability that facilitates a 24-port Gigabit switch to power IP phones, wireless access points, surveillance cameras, and other devices over the Ethernet wiring. One main benefit of PoE Gigabit switch is the flexibility it provides in allowing you to easily place endpoints anywhere in the business, even places where it might be difficult to run a power outlet. Whether to choose non-PoE or 24-port PoE Gigabit switch is dependent upon your power needs. When connecting to desktops or other types of devices which do not require PoE function, the non-POE 24-port Gigabit switches are a more cost-effective option.
The standalone 24-port Gigabit switch is commonly used to build small business networks. When using standalone switches, each 24-port Gigabit switch is managed, troubleshot, and configured as an individual entity. When handling burgeoning networks, you may consider implementing the stackable 24-port Gigabit switches to simplify management and increase the capacity of the network. For large enterprises or data centers that require network expansion in limited space, the stackable 24-port SFP switch is demanded to simplify the management and increase the availability of the network. For home users or small business networks, the standalone 24-port Gigabit switch would be dispensable.
The fanless 24-port Gigabit switch comes with ventilation holes on both sides to provide high levels of natural convection and heat dissipation. This type of 24-port Gigabit switch adopts high performance processor to provide full speed forwarding and line-dormant capacity to offer multitudinous service features. In contrast, the 24-port Gigabit switch with built-in fans dissipates the heat through its fans, thus resulting in unpleasant noises. The other demerit of the 24-port Gigabit switch with built-in fans is that it requires higher power consumption compared to the fanless 24-port Gigabit switch. If you require a quieter environment, the silent fanless 24-port Gigabit switch is a wise choice.
Figure: 24-Port Gigabit Switch with Fanless Design
FS offers a large portfolio of 24-port Gigabit switches for easy expansion of your network, covering Gigabit switches with fiber or copper ports, PoE+ managed Gigabit switches, stackable Gigabit switches with or without fans.
FS has two types of 24-port Gigabit switches which are designed specifically for stacking, the details of which are presented as follows.
|10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports||24x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45||24x 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ45|
|Gigabit SFP Ports||-||-|
|Power Consumption (Full-loaded)||≤37W||≤21W|
FS offers a best-selling 24-port PoE+ managed Gigabit switch with 4 SFP ports. The 24-port PoE+ managed Gigabit switch can protect the sensitive information, and optimizes the network bandwidth to deliver information more effectively. This PoE+ managed 24-port Gigabit switch is best fit for SMBs or entry-level enterprises which need to power for the surveillance, IP Phone, IP Camera or wireless devices.
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3af/at|
|Max. Power Consumption||242W|
|Power Consumption Per PoE Port||Max. 30W|
|VLANs||Up to 8K|
|Web Management Interface||Supported|
Buying the 24-port Gigabit switch for your network can be a challenge. When you are looking at making the purchase, remember to consider the factors mentioned above as well as the near-future growth of your network. The decision to use one or the other is simply a matter of weighing up the options and understanding your network requirement. FS 24-port Gigabit switches provide customers with high network efficiency and great business value. If you need any help, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.