Fast&Gigabit ethernet

Fast&Gigabit ethernet - Fast Ethernet Standard:...

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Fast Ethernet Standard: Fast Ethernet specification (IEEE 802.3u) known as 100BASE-T. HP : 100VG-AnyLAN is a 100-Mbps technology that uses a demand- priority protocol over four pairs of Category 3 UTP cable.
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Why still 802.3 LAN? 1. The need to be backward compatible with thousands of existing LANs 1. The fear that a new protocol might have unforeseen problems 2. The desire to get the job done before the technology changed
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100BASE-T The difference between 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T 1. Fast Ethernet is based on the proven CSMA/CD Media Access control (MAC) protocol 2. Fast Ethernet reduces the duration of time each bit is transmitted by a factor of 10, enabling the packet speed to increase tenfold from 10 Mbps to 100 Mbps. 3. Data can move between Ethernet and Fast Ethernet without requiring protocol translation, because Fast Ethernet also maintains the 10BaseT error control functions as well as the frame format and length 4. The only thing that has changed in the wiring is that the corporate
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