Lab 7.2 Connecting different network architectures

Lab 7.2 Connecting - topologies However I did find a solution in the form of routing as opposed to bridging that would require adding a token ring

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Jason Murray Richard Davis ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking 10/15/2010 Lab 7.2 Connecting different network architectures From the research that I did on the net, aside from the token ring to Ethernet bridge you mentioned, some people suggest using a MAU (Media Access Unit) to connect the 2
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Unformatted text preview: topologies. However, I did find a solution in the form of routing, as opposed to bridging, that would require adding a token ring, and Ethernet card into the provided workstation that should allow the 2 topologies to communicate....
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