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NETGEAR Gigabit Switch - NETGEAR Smart Switch

Netgear Gigabit Switch

Any NETGEAR Gigabit Ethernet switch is a great option for small-to-medium sized operations of all sizes looking to enhance their operations and productivity with fast Gigabit speeds and superior on-board networking software.

Each standalone NETGEAR smart switch comes in plenty of options to suit deployments and offices of any size.  You have your choice of 8, 16, 24, or 48 primary ports, along with 2, 4, or 6 uplink ports with either Gigabit Ethernet or SFP+ optical ports.  Many models feature full 30W per-port PoE+ support as well, from a power budget up to 740W.

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No matter which model your business invests in, these Layer 2 smart switches bring world-class onboard features which are still easy to manage.  They bring comprehensive IPv6 support, including DSCP prioritization for QoS, and can easily support a network transitioning off IPv4.  World-class 802.1X, RADIUS, TACACS+, and HTTP/SSL security systems keep them safe, with support for Access Control Lists.  Many models feature advanced smart security programs which monitor for and attempt to block common attack types such as DOS attacks, packet storms, and man-in-the-middle attacks.

Deployment is kept simple, with units pre-configured for plug-and-play compatibility with many existing network types.  They come with onboard automatic VoIP device detection and VLAN assignment, and many auto-detect IP video systems as well.  Your administrator has a range of interface options, depending on their level of expertise, including a command line, SNMP, a web-based GUI, or the powerful NETGEAR Smart Center for deployment-wide administration.

Netgear Gigabit Switch

A NETGEAR Gigabit switch is powerful, reliable, and backed by a full lifetime warranty with free software upgrades.  They can easily form the backbone of a powerful small business network, or provide simple expansion to your existing setup.

For a free consultation to choose the right NETGEAR switch and deployment options, simply contact Hummingbird Networks.