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FortiSwitch Secure Access Switches

FortiSwitch Secure Access Switches


What is FortiSwitch Secure Access Switches?

Fortinet headquartered in Sunnyvale, California offers the FortiSwitch Secure Access line of Ethernet switches.

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What is FortiSwitch Secure Access Switches?

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We are currently using FortiSwitches Secure Access Switches in our corporate headquarters as our primary network switches. Along with the FortiGate firewalls and FortiAP access points that we have, these all provide one seamless solution from the edge of our network inward to help secure our users and servers. Having all FortiNet devices provides for a single pane of glass to configure and manage all these devices.
  • Makes them easy to manage within one spot
  • Allows for advanced network configuration
  • Has plenty of power for all our PoE devices
  • Would be nice to have a bit different layout on the configuration page. Sometimes can be hard to find what you're looking for.
  • When disabling ports, it would be nice to have batch setting features rather than having to make changes individually.
If you've got a large network and are already using FortiGate firewalls or FortiAP access points, integrating FortiSwitch Secure Access Switches makes for one integrated solution. Previously we had Cisco switches that had to be configured and managed separately, which was always prone to error. Now that we have our entire network backbone on FortiNet devices, managing and configuring them is smoother. We are now able to see much clearer if there are any configuration issues between networking devices.
  • Integration with existing FortiGate firewalls
  • Single pane of glass management and configuration with other FortiNet devices
  • Cloud monitoring of network traffic
  • It has made management of the network much easier and less time consuming
  • We are more confident that our network traffic is being secured
  • Ability to monitor network traffic and detect potential anomalies
We have previously used both Cisco 220 Series and Dell PowerConnect 8000 Series switches that were managed separately from our firewalls and access points. The Cisco and Dell switch worked fine and we never had a problem with them, but it was always a hassle to have to make configuration changes since that would have to be done via separate GUIs. Having the ability to configure and manage firewalls, switches, and wireless access points all within one central GUI saves time and headache.
Fortinet FortiGate, Veeam Backup & Replication, HPE Nimble Storage
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