Lab 6 (Colllision + Broacast Domains) - IFT 166 Introduction to Internet Networking Lab 6 Collision Broadcast Domains OBJECTIVES To understand

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IFT 166 Introduction to Internet Networking Lab 6 Collision & Broadcast Domains OBJECTIVES: To understand collision and broadcast domains Collision & Broadcast Domains Hub 1 collision domain (no matter how many ports) If a hub is connected to another hub then still only 1 collision domain as the connected hub will also receive the message and send it to all connected ports Switch Each port is 1 collision domain Link between two switches - 1 CD Link between a switch and a router - 1 CD Router Each active port is 1 collision domain Each active port is in its own broadcast domain Broadcast domains are usually separated by a router since a router does not propagate/forward broadcasts Link between two routers - 1 CD Link between a router and an end device - 1 CD Now you try these……………………..
CDs: 2 BDs: 2 CDs: 8 BDs: 2 CDs: 13 BDs: 1 CDs: 31 BDs: 2 CDs: 1 BDs: 1 CDs: 12 BDs: 4

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