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10/16/2017 TestOut LabSim 1/2 6.1.3 Device Connection Facts Enterprise network switches need to be configured before they are implemented. Be aware that low-end switches available from many retail stores cannot be configured. These are called unmanaged switches . To implement an unmanaged switch, you simply plug it in to a power outlet and connect your network devices with UTP cables. While unmanaged switches are convenient and easy to implement, they lack many of the advanced management and security features available on managed switches . Some router and switch management tasks can be performed by using management utilities provided by your workstation operating system through a network connection. This is called in-band management , because it uses a standard network connection to perform the tasks. For example, tools such as Telnet or SSH provide in-band management. Using the same network connection for both data and management has several drawbacks: You must compete with normal network traffic for bandwidth.
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  • Spring '16
  • Network switch, device, Ethernet cable

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