Die Welt der Managed Switches: TSW202 & TSW212 


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Are your managed switches classified as Layer 2 or Layer 3 switches?
What is the primary difference between the TSW202 and TSW212 managed switches?
Is it possible to disable individual ports on TSW212, similar to the PoE+ ports on TSW202?
Is the LLDP protocol meant for recognising neighbouring devices also integrated?
Will the TSW202 switch have redundancy?
How to configure SNMP on managed switches?
Do managed switches prioritise the transfer of PROFINET or EtherNet/IP packets over TCP? Or are there plans to implement this function?
Do TSW202/212 switches offer diagnostic and configuration capabilities over EtherNet/IP (Common Industrial Protocol)?
Have you already used network access control, such as Radius authentication, for devices connected to LAN ports?
Is it possible to access the web interface of a third-party device, like a camera, connected to the TSW202 switch using RMS Connect and VNC?
Does the product support MACsec (IEEE 802.1AE)?
Are there any plans to include support for IEC61850?
Could you please explain how these new managed switches can be integrated into an enterprise network infrastructure?


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