Managed Networking

Karmic synergy's team of experienced network engineers can design, build, integrate, modify and maintain any network type and size to suit all your business needs. We understand that all enterprises can grow and change, and so we endeavour to design all networks to be able to grow and adapt with you.

We offer a range of solutions to help you gain more control over your networks and systems. The scale and complexity of your network will depend on your business type, your hardware and software, location, budget, wants and needs. Your network can be hardwired, wireless or a combination, we will make it happen no matter what your vision!

Managed switches give you more control over your LAN traffic and can offer you advanced features to control that traffic. An unmanaged switch simply allows Ethernet connected devices to communicate with one another, such as a PC or network printer.

Karmic synergy can setup and maintain
a switchs to provide the following;

  • Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs)
    Karmic synergy setup VLANs allow us to group devices together without having to run new cables or make changes to your network infrastructure. Once installed they help to reduce unnecessary traffic and allow us to apply things like additional security measures to network communications.
  • Redundancy
    Redundancy will duplicate data so if something fails, important data is backed up.
  • Port Mirroring
    This helps us at Karmic synergy to diagnose network problems. Managed Switches allow us to configure Port Mirroring, this sends copies of traffic to a single port on the same switch which can then be analysed. This then allows us to diagnose and fix many problems without the need to take the network out of service, reducing downtime.
This helps us at Karmic synergy to diagnose network problems. Managed Switches allow us to configure Port Mirroring, this sends copies of traffic to a single port on the same switch which can then be analysed. This then allows us to diagnose and fix many problems without the need to take the network out of service, reducing downtime.