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MLAG vs. Stacking: What Is Your Option?

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MLAG vs. stacking is something that has been thrown around many times – both of them are valid options to bond separate switches and manage them as a single logic switch, MLAG and

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User Guide for FS S3800-24T4S 24-Port Stackable Managed Switch

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FS S3800-24T4S is a 24-port stackable managed switch that provides high-density performance by its Layer2+ Gigabit static routing with 10GbE uplinks. The administrator can flexibly

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How to Choose a 1000Base-T Network Switch?

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A major challenge that industrial networks constantly facing is to catch the ever-increasing bandwidth demand. The process often involves integrating network infrastructure of high

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10G ToR/Leaf Ethernet Switch: What Is the Right Choice?

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Networking has undergone tremendous changes in the last few decades. For now, 40Gb switch is ramping up and 10Gb Ethernet switch has become ubiquitous in data center application, w

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What Is SFP Port of Gigabit Switch?

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Each device is equipped with dedicated switch port, which can transfer data to other ports at any time and the transmissions will not interfere. Different ports have different size

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Using PoE Switch for Different PoE IP Camera System

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A PoE switch provides power supply and data connection to PoE IP camera systems via network cables like Cat5, Cat5e and Cat6. In today’s business and daily life, whatever the indus

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FS.COM 2017 – A Year Full of Gratitude and Appreciation

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2018 is coming. At the end of 2017, FS.COM has reviewed the whole year and concluded a keyword “innovation and development”. In 2017, we continuously improve product quality and pe

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Layer 2 vs Layer 3 Switch: Which One Do You Need?

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Generally, if you want to connect all network devices and client devices in a network, a Layer 2 switch is one of the basic devices that you need. When you traverse between LANs (l

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TCP/IP vs. OSI: What’s the Difference Between the Two Models?

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When we are talking about layer 2 switches and layer 3 Ethernet switch, we are actually referring to the layers of a generic protocol model—Open Source Interconnect (OSI) model. It

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Comparison Between Store-and-Forward Switching and Cut-Through Switching

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As it’s known that layer 2 switches are usually responsible for transporting data on the data link layer (OSI Layer 2) and performing error checking on each transmitted and receive

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Network Switch vs Network Router vs Network Firewall

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There are three basic devices that are utilized in almost every network—network switch, network router and network firewall. They can be integrated into one device for small size n

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Managed vs Unmanaged Switch: Which One Can Satisfy Your Real Need?

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Network switches are like the “brain” of a home network or an enterprise network. Therefore, choosing suitable and well-performing network switches is an important task for network

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