collision domain example

CSMA/CD explained

May 1,95

Half-duplex Ethernet networks use an algorithm called Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD). This algorithm helps devices on …

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Collision domain explained

May 1,95

The term collision domain is used to describe a part of a network where packet collisions can occur. Packet collisions occur …

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What is a router?

Apr 30,95

A router is a network device that connects different computer networks by routing packets from one network to the other. This …

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Differences between a switch and a bridge

Apr 30,95

Switches are basically multiport bridges. Although both types of devices perform a similar function, segmenting a LAN into separate collision …

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What is a network switch?

Apr 30,95

A network switch is a device that connects devices together on a LAN. A switch is essentially a multiport network bridge …

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What is a network bridge?

Apr 30,95

A network bridge is a device that divides a network into segments. Each segment represent a separate collision domain, so …

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