Which Ethernet Switch is Right For You?
Browse our complete line of Ethernet switches for your home or business network.
For Switches, One Size Does Not Fit All
Ethernet switches come in all types with options ranging from management style, port counts, PoE capabilities, and port-speed. Check out our various categories of switches below that are sure to exceed your increasing network demands.
Plug-and-play switches with no management needed. Silent and energy efficient.Shop Unmanaged Switches
Easy configuration, low maintenance switches with QoS, VLANS, PoE capabilities and more.Shop Plus Switches
Increased security, high-bandwidth switches for larger networks from core to edge. VLAN, PoE and ACL controls.Shop Smart Switches
Smart Cloud Switches
Insight Managed option. Increased security, high-bandwidth switches for larger networks from core to edge. VLAN, PoE and ACL controls.Shop Smart Cloud Switches
Browse and compare our entire range of PoE Switches from all management styles with a range of features.Shop PoE Switches
Browse and compare our entire range of Multi-Gig Switches from all management styles with a range of featuresShop Multi-Gig Switches
Browse several families of NETGEAR Fully Managed switches. L3+ features with top performance scalability and the most advanced features.Shop Fully Managed Switches
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a network switch?
A network switch is a device that enables other devices to communicate, via network cables, and to transfer data between one another. Shop the NETGEAR switches range, which includes Fully Managed, Unmanaged Switches, Plus Switches, Smart Switches, and more.
Switch vs Router: What is the difference?
The main difference between a switch and a router is that a switch creates a network by connecting devices to each other and, a router connects devices across multiple networks. A switch can also add additional Ethernet ports to a Router. Learn more about NETGEAR's range of WiFi routers which offer different connectivity standards, including WiFi 6 and WiFi 6e.
What are the different types of network switches?
There are several types of network switches, such as unmanaged, fully managed, plus switches and smart switches. PoE switches deliver Power over Ethernet functionality designed to power PoE devices like security cameras, WiFi access points and speakers. Learn more about NETGEAR's range of switches, which also include high quality accessories for Ethernet switches.
What is NETGEAR Insight?
NETGEAR Insight is a remote network management system. With the NETGEAR Insight app or the Insight Cloud Portal, you can quickly discover, setup, monitor and manage your Smart Cloud Managed Switches, Wireless Access Points, VPN Router and Orbi Pro WiFi Mesh System, from anywhere.