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switch (around) (with someone or something)

to exchange or trade with someone or something. (The optional elements cannot be transposed.) I liked Jill's lunch, and she liked mine, so I switched around with her. I liked Jill's, and she liked mine, so we switched around with each other.

switch

n. a switchblade knife. (The folding pocket knife springs open when a button is pushed.) They found a switch in his pocket when they searched him.
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The intelligent switches, with their ability to perform deep packet inspection and related operations, are an ideal platform for supporting replication, CDP applications and performance monitoring applications.
Centralized consoles such as HP OpenView typically use SNMP to communicate with SNMP agents on managed devices, such as switches.
Switches provide some natural fault isolation of misbehaving nodes because they do not route packets through any node other than the one being addressed, but they can also log the detection of improper packets or bus protocol violations for later examination by the EMU.
Nonetheless, many private loop implementations still exist and switches must allow their attachment and support their translation to public loop in order to support today's flexible and powerful SANs.
Hardware Zoning: This type of zoning segregates physical switches or sections of a switch via circuitry.
The SilkWorm 2400 and 2800 models are, respectively, eight-port and sixteen-port, Fibre Channel fabric switches that provide universal ports for installation and hardware port zoning for optimal security.