The SuperStack II Switch 1100 is perfect for desktop connectivity, and its ability to scale to larger configurations makes it equally suited for handling hub aggregation. A single device can support up to 6,000 MAC addresses. Likewise, the SuperStack II Switch 3300 is suitable for handling desktop, hub, and switch aggregation in large networks. A single device can support up to 12,000 MAC addresses. The SuperStack II Switch 1100 is available in 12- and 24-port versions and features two built-in auto-sensing 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports; the SuperStack II Switch 3300 is available in a 24-port version. All models have a matrix port on the rear of the unit that enables high-speed connection to other SuperStack II Switch 1100 and Switch 3300 units. This eliminates the bottlenecks caused by interconnecting switches with Fast Ethernet ports. What’s more, the stacked switches can be managed as a single entity and share a single IP address.