Expand your wired network with a D-Link Desktop Switch. Desktop switches are the ideal solution to quickly add additional Ethernet ports to your network and fit virtually anywhere because of their compact size.
The Smart Switch series offer greater flexibility with a choice of 8, 10, 24 or 48 Gigabit ports, the larger models also have combo ports for fibre connectivity. Power over Ethernet is available as an option, which enables users to utilise their existing network infrastructure eliminating the need for additional power outlets.
The simplest and most affordable of the D-Link Smart Switch range, EasySmart switches, enables small and medium enterprises customers to take their first step into a managed network. Fan-less and configured with 16 or 24 Gigabit ports, simple installation and tools to prioritise, limit and protect network traffic designed specifically for customers with limited expertise.
The DGS-1510 series includes switches with 16, 24 or 48 10/100/1000 Mbps ports plus 2 Gigabit SFP ports and 2 10G SFP+ ports, as well as one 24 10/100/1000 Mbps PoE plus 2 Gigabit SFP ports and 2 10G ports switch. With it’s 10G SFP+ ports, the DGS-1510 series is ideal for deployments in the SME/SMB core with its 10G uplinks connecting with servers equipped with 10G port connectivity. For medium to large scale enterprise deployment, it can serve as a good interconnection between the core switch and edge switch.
D-Link PoE Switches
The Data Link Layer specifies how the network is shared and data moved around. It is here that Ethernet switches mostly operate, forwarding traffic based on the universally implemented MAC address of attached devices.
Layer 3 Switches operate at the network layer and use both MAC and IP addresses to communicate with the rest of the network. The universally accepted IP protocol allows for large-sized networks that can grow virtually limitless and offers advanced features for extra flexibility.
D-Link Unmanaged Rackmount Switches are designed for cost effective and ideal for smaller networking needs