TP-Link switches are designed to offer reliable and professional choices to businesses of all sizes; from cost-effective solutions for small and medium-sized businesses, to scalable solutions for large organizations, campus networks and ISP networks. We would like to introduce to you our range of TP-Link switches; Managed Switches, Smart Switches and Unmanaged Switches.
Our TP-Link Managed Switches provide a robust and future-proof network solution with high accessibility, great scalability, rich management features and security functions. These switches are ideal for enterprises, ISP and campus networks.
The Smart Switch range offers a cost-effective network solution for small and medium-sized businesses. Integrated with useful L2 features such as 802.1Q VLAN, QoS, IGMP Snooping, STP, Storm Control and SNMP. TP-Link’s Smart Switch provides administrators with a simple, cost-effective yet intelligent networking solution.
TP-Link’s Unmanaged Switches are simple plug-and-play products, with no software configuration required, providing high-performance ports that allow for the simple and effective expansion of small and medium business networks; making work that much more efficient.
Abundant Advanced Features – An array of L2 features and advanced network maintenance features are supported.
10G Base-T Technology – Backward compatible with Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet, and can automatically negotiate between higher and lower speed connections.
Secure Networking – Provides IP-MAC-Port Binding, Port Security, Storm control and DHCP Snooping which protect against broadcast storms, ARP attacks, etc.
Physical Stacking – With True Physical Stacking Technology, up to 8 units can be stacked with a single IP address.
Enterprise Level and Flexible Management – Supports various management features such as intuitive web-based Graphical User Interface (GUI), industry-standard Command Line Interface (CLI), RMON support and more.
Power over Ethernet – Within each range we also offer switches that are PoE and PoE+ compatible, allowing Ethernet cables to supply electrical power over an existing data connection.
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