Managed Switches

A managed network switch is a device that allows Ethernet devices to communicate and interact with one another within the same network. Managed switches provide the tools necessary for configuring and monitoring traffic on a Local Area Network (LAN). They also allow for seamless communication between Ethernet and Fiber Optic devices no matter where the equipment is located.

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    Features Provided By VERSITRON Managed Switches

    Our Managed Ethernet to Fiber Switches provide a reliable infrastructure for your business network. These switches deliver intelligent features you need to improve the availability of your critical business applications, protect sensitive information, and optimize your network bandwidth to deliver information and applications more effectively. These devices provide many capabilities and functionality requirements for entry level networking for all business and enterprise applications and also help you to create a more efficient, better-connected workforce.
    VERSITRON manufactures managed switches that provide the following features including: QoS, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocl (RSTP), VLAN (Virtual Local Area Networking), Link Aggregate Control Protocol (LACP), Port Mirroring for Network Monitoring, Bandwidth Control Function, Device Management System (DMS), DHCP Snooping and Relay.
    All of the above features allow a user to create a network environment that is free from loops and collisions, thereby providing a LAN immune to data and traffic disruptions.