Network Switch Selector

Network Switch Selector

Finding the right switch has never been easier

Identify the best networking switch for your specific business needs with our easy-to-use tool. Simply add in your chosen factors, filter down to the most applicable products, and order online today.

For any guidance, feel free to get in touch. We have over 15 years of experience maximising IT budgets and can provide advice for your specific organisation, budget, and requirements. Or browse our networking equipment to see our full collection of switches, routers and more.

Refine your search Clear Filters
Switch Series
  1. Smart managed 1 item ?

    Designed for small to medium sized businesses which come with high performance, SMB-oriented features and easy management – supporting Voice over IP (VoIP), streaming media, multicasting, security, and many other bandwidth-intensive applications.

  2. Unmanaged 14 items ?

    Designed for small networks, they enable Ethernet devices such as computers and printers to communicate with each other. Unlike Managed Switches, Unmanaged Switches come with a fixed configuration which are not editable.

  3. Managed 377 items ?

    Designed to work for large data centre and enterprise networks. Generally managed switches have a serial port which allow recovery from misconfiguration with minimal downtime. Managed switches also have more intelligent functions like port mirroring and monitoring management.

Port Interface
  1. QSFP 7 items ?

    Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable (4x 1Gbps)

  2. QSFP+ 8 items ?

    Quad Small Form Factor Pluggable + (4x 10Gbps)

  3. RJ-45 247 items ?

    Registered Jack-45 standardised interface which connects devices to a local area network (LAN) 10/100/1000Mbps

  4. SFP 145 items ?

    Small Form Factor Pluggable (1Gbps)

  5. SFP+ 98 items ?

    Small Form Factor Pluggable + (10Gbps)

  6. CX4 11 items ?

    CX4 supports 10-Gigabit Ethernet data transfer over 4-lanes of copper cabling in each direction (8-lanes total). (10Gbps)

  7. XFP+ 2 items
  8. XFP 5 items
  1. Fanless 2 items ?

    Relying on heat sink, passive thermal management is a cost-effective and energy-efficient solution for switches to maintain optimal operating temperatures without causing much noise.

  2. IPv6 10 items ?
    Allows more unique TCP/IP address identifiers to be created.
  3. PoE 70 items ?

    Power Over Ethernet allows a network cable to provide both data and power.

  4. PoE+ 51 items ?

    PoE is 802.3af, while PoE+ is 802.3at. Currently, the max amount of power provided over Cat5 cabling is 15.4 watts for PoE and 25.5 watts for PoE+

  5. Redundant Power 2 items ?

    Redundant power supplies makes sure the device can operate normally if one power supply fails.

  6. PoE/PoE+ 1 item
  7. Stackable 7 items
Predominant Port Transfer Rate
  1. Layer 2 264 items ?

    Layer 2 switches work on the data link layer and utilizes a MAC address to determine the path through where the frames are to be forwarded.

  2. Layer 3 143 items ?

    Layer 3 switches combine the functionality of a switch and a router.

  3. Layer 4 18 items ?

    Layer 4 switches make packet forwarding decisions based not only on the MAC address and IP address, but also on the application a packet belongs to.

Items 65-96 of 419 419 Products

Position Product Name Price: low to high Price: high to low

Items 65-96 of 419 419 Products

Position Product Name Price: low to high Price: high to low