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Top Five Reasons to Choose Managed Switch Over Unmanaged Switch

Switches are boxes that connect a number of other devices together on a Local Area Network (LAN) and utilize what is called packet switching to effectively forward data to and from connections. Generally, There are two types of switch—managed and unmanaged switch. Today we will discuss the differences between the two types and why managed

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Six steps to connect a router to a router

Do you want to know how to connect one router to another to expand your Network? In this article, I’ll show you how to add a secondary router to your home. Any router can be configured as just a “wireless access point”. You can create a separate private network (configuring a separate IP address range)

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What’s the difference among the Cisco Catalyst 9500, Cisco Catalyst 4500 and Cisco 3850 Switches?

Today we talk about the fixed core chassis Cisco catalyst 9500. Cisco 9500 is actually enhanced version of Cisco catalyst 4500 chassis and also Cisco 3850 Switch. There are lot of other best features in Cisco 9500 Chassis as some of the features are just amazing in this device. So we have Cisco 3850, Cisco 4500

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5 Reasons to Choose Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches

The Cisco Nexus Family of products has become extremely popular in small and large data centers thanks to their capability for unifying storage, data and networking services. Thanks to the Cisco Fabric Interconnect they are able not only to support all these services but also provide a rock-solid programmable platform that fully supports any virtualized

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The products end of sale in cisco but still hot in router-switch

For Cisco, products may reach the end of their Product Life Cycle for a number of reasons and then end of sale in Cisco’s official shop. But some products are still hot in major sales platform for their excellent quality and affordable price. Here are the models end of sale in but hot in

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Comparison: why we required Cisco 9500 chassis ?

Today I am going to talk about the fixed core chassis Cisco catalyst 9500 which Cisco released a month back. The Catalyst 9500 Series is the first 40-Gb switch purpose-built for the enterprise campus. Designed for security, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the cloud, the Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series is the next generation of

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catalyst 9400 switches

Cisco Catalyst 9400 Switches: Three Things You Must Know

The day before, we have talked about the Cisco Catalyst 9000 series in our blog. This time, Cisco publishes three series of Catalyst 9000 switches. We have introduced the Catalyst 9300 switches. Today, we are going to talk about Catalyst 9400 series switches. As the datasheet is too long, here we will summarize three things

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Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series——Built for Security, IoT, Mobility, and Cloud

Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series, the best stackable access switch, is the next generation of the industry’s most widely deployed stackable switching platform. Built for security, IoT, Mobility and the cloud, these network switches form the foundation for Cisco’s Software-Defined Access, our leading enterprise architecture. Switch models The Catalyst 9300 Series includes a number of models

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Why choose the cisco catalyst 9000 series switches?

Cisco unveiled the new Cisco Catalyst 9000 Family of switches, which consists of the best stackable access switch, Catalyst 9300; the only modular chassis that supports In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) in the campus space, Catalyst 9400; and the first 40G aggregation switch in the enterprise space, Catalyst 9500. The Catalyst 9000 Family solves some persistent

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Top 10 firewall brand

Top 10 firewall brand, Which one is good?

A firewall, also known as a wall, is a network security system that is located between an internal network and an external network. An information security protection system, in accordance with specific rules, allows or restricts the transmission of data through. So what are the firewall brands? 1.Cisco Firewall Cisco’s routers, switches and other devices

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