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n The 10Base5 specification, commonly referred to as thicknet, was the
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original Ethernet specification, and it has a maximum distance of 500 meters (approximately 1640 feet) with a maximum speed of 10 Mbps
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n The 10Base2 specification, commonly referred to as thinnet, uses a thinner
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coaxial cable than 10Base5 and has a maximum distance of 185 meters (approximately 607 feet) with a maximum speed of 10 Mbps
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Make sure that you are familiar with all of the Ethernet project categories in Table 2-2 for the exam
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pair cabling with a maximum distance of 100 meters (approximately 328 feet) with a speed of 10 to 100 Mbps There are a number of Ethernet standards that have been developed in the 8023 category, and those are shown in Table 2-2
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Although Token Ring was first designed in the late 1960s, IBM s token-passing implementation did not become a standard until 1985 It became IEEE standard 8025 under the IEEE Project 802 The 8025 standard was modeled after the IBM Token Ring network, which had been in use for many years before the standard was even developed The 8025 network introduced a unique access method token passing The Token Ring IEEE 8025 standard passes a special frame known as the token around the network This token is generated by the first computer that comes online on the Token Ring network When a workstation wants to transmit data, it grabs the token and then begins transmitting This computer will send a data frame on the network with the address of the destination computer The destination computer receives the data frame, Remember that Token modifies it, and sends it on to the network Ring is defined in the IEEE 8025 project back to the destination computer, indicating successful transmission of data When the workstation has finished transmitting, the token is released back on to the network This ensures that workstations will not communicate on the network simultaneously, as in the CSMA/CD access method
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tabLe 2-2
ieee Project standard
8023 8023u 8023z 8023ab 8023ae
Description
Ethernet (CSMA/CD) Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps) Gigabit Ethernet over fiber-optic cabling or coaxial cabling Gigabit Ethernet over twisted-pair cabling 10-Gigabit Ethernet
Some Popular ethernet Ieee 8023 Project Standards
The IEEE 80211 standard is the standard that addresses wireless networking (discussed in 7) This standard includes the wireless access point (WAP) devices and the wireless network interface cards (NICs) that are used to send and receive broadcasts from the cell or WAP device The WAPs and wireless NICs can be set to use different frequencies to allow for cell overlap This technology does not include the same technology used by cell phones to manage movement of PCs or mobile devices The wireless NIC is set to a specific frequency and must be changed manually to be able to communicate with another cell This means that a PC cannot be moved from one cell area to another without changing frequency, unless for some reason the cells operate on the same frequency and have no overlap of coverage area There are a few wireless standards that were developed in the IEEE 80211 category, and those are listed as follows:
There are other wireless standards in the IEEE 80211 project category, but these four are the most popular and you should be familiar with them for the exam
80211a Supports speeds of 54 Mbps at frequencies ranging from 5725 GHz to 5850 GHz 80211a wireless components are not compatible with 80211b devices 80211b Supports speeds of 11 Mbps at frequency ranges of 2400 GHz to 24835 GHz 80211b wireless components are compatible with 80211g devices, which use an enhancement of the 80211b standard
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n 80211g
Supports speeds of 54 Mbps at the same frequency range as 80211b, which allows devices from the two standards to coexist For example, I have an 80211b wireless access point, but I am connected to it with my 80211g wireless network card I am getting only the 11 Mbps transfer rate because it is the lowest common denominator between the two standards
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