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What is an Ethernet Network Switch?
Ethernet Network Switch is a device that operates at the Data Link layer of the OSI model Layer 2.
It takes in packets being sent by devices that are connected to its physical ports and sends them out again, but only through the ports that lead to the devices the packets are intended to reach.
They can also operate at the network layer Layer 3 where routing occurs.
In general Layer 3 & Layer 2 Network Switches most switches today use ethernet.
How does a network switch work?
Once a device is connected to a switch, the switch notes its media access control (MAC) address , a code that’s baked into the device’s network interface card (NIC) that attaches to an ethernet cable that attaches to the switch.
The switch uses the MAC address to identify which attached device outgoing packets are being sent from and where to deliver incoming packets.
When a device sends a packet to another device, it enters the switch and the switch reads its header to determine what to do with it.
It matches the destination address or addresses and sends the packet out through the appropriate ports that leads to the destination devices.
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