what is different between semi-managed and managed Switch ?
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Answer / satyam_0528
A managed switch gives you the ability to log into the
network switch and monitor and configure each port on the
switch one by one. An unmanaged switch does not give you
A managed switch will be much more expensive than an
unmanaged switch of the same size.
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Answer / parth
a managed switch has console ports while a semi managed does nt .
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