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Case Study: How to Build a Scalable 10G Network for SMB?

Most small to medium enterprises are facing the problem of the frequently changing company infrastructure deployment and network environment. Therefore, the ability to flexibly deploy a cost-effective and scalable network in a short time paves the way for the SMB’s success. The following post mainly focuses on how to deploy an economical and extensive 10G SMB network with FS S-series switches, which maybe help you get some clues of enterprise network building. Case Study of Enterprise Network...
Posted on   February 26, 2019 By FS.COM
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NAS vs Server: Which Is Right for You?

Data storage is a vital part of any enterprise because it’s imperative to distribute data quickly and safely backup the vital information of the business. As your business grows, so does your need for more sophisticated storage facilities, especially when you have employees who require access to large amounts of information in the office and off-site. NAS (Network-attached Storage) and storage server are two main storage options for data access, storage and sharing. NAS vs server, which is right...
Posted on   October 11, 2018 By FS.COM
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LAN Switch vs SAN Switch: What Is the Difference?

Local Area Network (LAN) and Storage Area Network (SAN) are used to meet ever-lasting demands of data storage performance. LAN switch and SAN switch are the two important components in these two networks.
Posted on   September 27, 2018 By FS.COM
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Gigabit Switch vs Fast Ethernet Switch: What Is the Difference?

Not all network switches are created equal. Although there is a dazzling array of Ethernet switches with fancy feature sets, these switches can be judged by one primary factor: transmission speed. Fast Ethernet switch and Gigabit Ethernet switch have been around for over a decade, and both play a significant role in the network edge. So, what is the difference between the Gigabit switch vs Fast Ethernet switch? Which one is more suitable for you? Let’s first go through the basic principles of Gi...
Posted on   September 20, 2018 By FS.COM
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FS 24 Port Gigabit Switch Selection Guide

Currently, Gigabit is the most popular interface speed for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), especially in a price-sensitive environment, although the 10 Gigabit Ethernet is also widely used. Network managers have reaped great benefits by deploying Gigabit Ethernet switches at the edge of the large professional networks. 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 deliv...
Posted on   September 12, 2018 By FS.COM
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MDI vs MDIX And Auto MDI/MDIX Basics

MDI/MDIX are types of Ethernet interface (both physical and electrical/optical) in a computer network used to carry transmission. They must be connected using the right twisted pair cable so that the transmission pair on one end is linked to the receiving pair on the other end, and vice versa. So what exactly are MDI vs MDIX ports? How do you choose the right Ethernet cabling when connecting MDI to MDIX or MDIX to MDIX? This post will address these issues and offer some insights into auto MDI/MD...
Posted on   August 29, 2018 By FS.COM
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How to Configure a VLAN via CLI and Web Interface?

A VLAN is a Virtual Local Area Network that allows the network LAN to be segmented into more logical networks. A VLAN is usually composed of one or more Ethernet switches and is associated with broadcast domains. How to configure a VLAN for better network management? Generally speaking, the VLAN configuration can be accomplished via the CLI (Command Line Interface) and Web Interface. This post contains the basic information about the CLI and Web Interface functionality of a data switch, as well ...
Posted on   August 29, 2018 By FS.COM
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RIP vs OSPF: What Is the Difference?

The RIP and OSPF are two interior gateway protocols (IGP) that intensively used in computer networks to specify the best routes for data transmission. RIP (Routing Information Protocol) is one of the oldest routing protocols in service, whereas OSPF (Open Shortest Patch First) serves as the most widely adopted IGP for large enterprise networks. Network admins may find themselves in a dilemma when choosing between RIP vs OSPF. So, we will present a detailed description of these two routing protoc...
Posted on   August 22, 2018 By FS.COM
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IPv6 Address: Public vs Private

As we know, every networking device must have an IP address to access the Internet. The IPv4 address space has been exhausted because many wireless and network-attached devices are joining the Internet rapidly on a daily basis. Therefore IPv6 is developed to create more unique IP addresses for these devices. The IPv6 address is similar to IPv4 in concept, but it provides far more than enough unique IP addresses for worldwide networking devices such as computer, router, data switch, etc. This is ...
Posted on   August 21, 2018 By FS.COM