Is Cisco Catalyst 3750 end-of-life?
Cisco announced the end-of-sale and end-of-life dates for the Cisco Catalyst 3750G, 3560G, 3750-E, and 3560-E Series Switches. The official end of sale date is January 30, 2013. End of Vulnerability/Security Support: OS SW – January 30, 2016. Last Date of Support: HW – January 31, 2018.
What are Cisco Catalyst switches used for?
Our Catalyst 9000 is the first purpose-built platform designed for full fabric control with Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA™) and Software-Defined Access (SD-Access). This means simplified design, provisioning, maintenance, and security across the access network to the core.
What are different types of Cisco switches?
Cisco offers two types of network switches: fixed configuration and modular switches. With fixed configuration switches, you cannot swap or add another module, like you can with a modular switch. In enterprise access layers, you will find fixed configuration switches, like the Cisco Catalyst, 2960-X series.
Which Cisco switch should I buy?
In numerical order the next Cisco lab switch we have is the Cisco 2960 series. This is the switch Cisco recommends for the CCNA certification studies. It will cover pretty much all the commands on the CCNA exam. This switch is the base units for every single lab kit that we offer!
What are types of Cisco switches?
What are the 4 types of switches in networking?
Types of Network Switches
- KVM Switch.
- Managed Switch.
- Unmanaged Switch.
- Smart Switch.
- PoE Switch.
Is CCNA obsolete?
With the new certification, the essential elements of all the certs have been brought into one comprehensive test. So, in answer to the question ‘Is CCNA going away? ‘ the answer is no. The specialization exams were retired, but the content was brought together under the new version of CCNA.