What company originally developed Ethernet in 1993?
What is a name for any device that interprets ones and zeros coming in from a port that then repeats the same signal out of another connected port?
Data that is broken down into smaller pieces which are transmitted between computers is know as what?
A basic Ethernet frame contains seven pieces of information: Preamble, MAC address of the recipient, MAC address of the sender, length, the data itself, a pad, and ______ which enables nodes to recognize when bad things happen to data.
Sniffers order a NIC to run in ________ mode, making it process every frame it sees on the cable regardless of the MAC address
How many bytes of data can a single Ethernet frame carry?
When two machines decide to both send an Ethernet frame at the same time, a _______ occurs, and both transmissions are lost
A properly running average Ethernet has up to _____ percent collisions.
A tool used to secure a crimp onto the end of a cable is a _________.
With 10BaseT, the maximum distance between the hub and the node is ____ meters
With 10BaseFL, the maximum distance between the hub and the node is _____ meters
To connect two or more hub, hubs must be ___________ using one uplink port and one regular port
A method of connecting hubs that reverses the sending and receiving pairs on one end of a cable so that hubs can hear each other is by using _______ cables.
True or false? Bridges operate on Layer 2 of the OSI