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So guys, let we clear our incomplete topic of previous post

  1. manageable 
  2. non manageable


Manageable Switch

manageable switch
Manageable Switches provide all the features of a Non-Managed Switch, but also provide the ability to configure, manage, and monitor your LAN. Furthermore, a Managed Switch gives you more control over your LAN traffic and offers advanced features to control that traffic. Now that we know what a UN-managed Switch is capable of, let's check out what features a Managed Switch has.

Quality of Service (QoS)

Quality of Service (QoS) allows you to priorities network traffic and manages available bandwidth so that the most important data traffic goes first. You can configure a Managed Switch to implement rules that allow different devices to priorities packets of data. This would be very useful if you need to give particular devices the most bandwidth when transferring data between them.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Another feature that comes with a Managed Switch is the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). It's a widely accepted protocol that allows network managing and monitoring. This feature is great for keeping an eye on network status and performance. I.T. Managers can use SNMP to flag potential network problems and fix them without touching the Switch.

Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs)

VLANs allow network administrators to group devices together without having to run new cables or make changes to their network infrastructure. Virtual Local Area Networks help to reduce unnecessary traffic and allow network administrators to apply additional security measures to network communications.


Keeping your network safe should be a high priority for businesses and Redundancy helps with that. The goal of redundancy is to prevent or recover from the failure of a specific component or system. Redundancy is a feature designed to duplicate data so if something fails there will be a backup.

Port Mirroring

Port Mirroring is a feature used on Managed Switches which helps to diagnose network problems. A Managed Switch allows you to configure Port Mirroring to send copies of traffic to a single port on the same switch for analysis by a network analyzer. The network analyzer then allows you to diagnose and fix problems without taking the network out of service, reducing downtime.

Manageable Router

This is the manageable router. which give you full access to control your network and many types of configuring give you best find the best path for traffic 
we will see how to configure the router in our future post

2. Non-Manageable

Non-Manageable Switch & Router

the un-managed switch allows Ethernet devices to communicate with each other automatically using auto-negotiation to determine parameters such as the data rate and whether to use half-duplex or full-duplex mode.
and non-managed static router we are using as an access point.

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