What does the acronym DLCI stands for and where is it found i the frame relay network?
What acronym is used to reference the data link sublayer that identifies the network layer protocol encapsulated in the frame?
LLC Logical Link Control Read More
MTU stands for maximum transmission unit, which in short is the maximum size of a packet that can be transferred in one frame over a network. Read More
The MDF which stands for Main Distribution Frame, is the main computer room for residing servers, hubs, routers, switches and DSL modems. Read More
start frame Read More
a frame in computer network, is a digital data transmission unit. Read More
What does the router do after it determines that a data packet from Network 1 should be forwarded to Network 2?
It reassembles the frame with different MAC addresses than the original frame. Read More
The correct answer is "frame type". The frame type must match in the communications between all NICs on a network. Read More
It will not forward the frame to another network Read More
Frame aggregation Read More
What is a 802.11n network feature allowing the combination of multiple frames into one larger frame?
Frame Aggregation Read More
The "AF" stands for the Frame Ampere rating, so in this case will be 400 Amp Frame. The "AT" stands for Trip Ampere rating, and in this question will be 300 Amp Trip. Read More
To indicate to the network that a particular node is about to transmit data Read More
Frame Header - Network Header - Transport Header - Data - Frame Trailer Read More
When a computer sends a frame to another computer do other computers on that network receive the frame?
That would depend on the network topology chosen and the type of network connectivity devices employed. In a properly constructed, switched and/or routed network the answer would be NO. If hubs or repeaters are used to connect devices and/or network segments, then yes. In a bus or ring topology, the answer is yes. Whether anything is done with the frame is a different matter and depends on whether you consider the network adaptor to be… Read More
Frame Relay is a packet-switching technology. It works by sending information in packets, which are called frames, through a shared frame-relay network. Read More
The address of the beginning of a page frame is found by multiplying the page frame number by the number of frames?
The address of the beginning of a page frame is found by multiplying the page frame number by the number of frames. Read More
Both ATM and Frame Relay are ways to connect your local network router to an ISP Read More
The PDU at the Network layer is referred to as a packet. A PDU at the Data Link Layer is referred to as a frame. Read More
Basically, when a frame enters a port the source MAC address is copied from the frame header. Read More
IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... Read More
ATM as well as frame relay are switched WANs. Frame relay protocol was designed to replace X.25 . ATM is advantageous as it is a cell network and a cell network uses the cell as a basic unit of data exchange and are small and fixed size block of information . Read More
Which technology is used to dynamically map next hop network layer addresses to virtual circuits in a Frame Relay network?
inverse ARP Read More
Frame 72 is labeled as a Malformed Packet. What does this mean? Read More
On the pinch welds, or frame. Read More
A means of providing access to the Frame Relay network over a DSL connection Read More
The drum kit stays the same. Some drummers just prefer to mount their drums and sometimes cymbals to a frame instead of the traditional stands and hardware. Read More
--CORRECTION--from Network+ Guide To Networks, fifth edition. This marks the end of the frame. The "trailer" indicates the frame check sequence number. It is used for error control in a frame. Read More
What will a host on an Ethernet network do if it receives a frame with a destination MAC address that does not match its own MAC address?
On a hub network:The host (PC-A) computer sends the frame out its Network Interface Card (NIC) to Fast-Ethernet 0/1 (F0/1) on the HUB. The HUB then sends that frame out every interface (except incoming interface). If the destination MAC address is aaa.bbb.ccc, and PC-B has MAC address aaa.aaa.bbb, then PC-B's NIC will ignore the frame and nothing else will happen. Read More
In an Ethernet frame, FCS stands for "Frame Check Sequence". It is a four-octet field used to verify that the frame was received without loss or error. The method used for verification is known as a Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). Read More
Which bit is set by a Frame Relay switch to inform the source station that there is congestion on the network?
FECN Read More
The network doesn't need to see an entire frame before determining a collision has occured; as soon as it detects a transmission after or during the process of sending a frame there is a collision. Theoretically then it could be a part of a frame as small as a byte. Read More
Which two items allow the router to map data link layer addresses to network layer addresses in a Frame Relay network?
LMI protocol, Invers ARP Read More
Look under the car and you will see what appears to be a frame built into the floor pan. Place the jack stands under those frame rails. Read More
Latency is the time a frame or a packet takes to travel from the source to the destination. Read More
NO,IT CONVERTS them into frame Read More
Essentially, you don't ... the data link layer is used by the underlying protocol of the LAN. If it is an Ethernet network then the frame is constructed as an Ethernet frame in layer 2. If you are using Token Ring, then you get a Token Ring frame, etc. Read More
A bridge can filter, forward based on its MAC address forwarding table. The bridge will note any MAC address that is the source address on a frame and the port that the frame was received. Then it will forward or filter depending upon the forwarding table. If a MAC address is found on more than one port (because of loops in the network) then the frame is forwarded on both ports. If a frame is… Read More
The information found in the Ethernet frame trailer would be the error checking code. Read More
frame check sequence. Network + Guide To Networks Review Question Chapter 6 #11 Read More
Avoiding frame collisions Avoiding transmission time lags Improving network Performance Read More
Which network device makes forwarding decisions based on the destination MAC address that is contained in the frame?
Switches and Bridges Read More
VIN stands for vehicle identification number and is used to identify the frame, not the engine. The VIN is usually located on the steering neck where the fork goes through the frame or the lower right side of the frame. The VIN is not marked on the motor. Read More
The average height for a 23 year old man who stands 6' 1" tall, will depend on their frame. For a small frame it is 152-164 pounds, a medium frame is 160-174 pounds and a large frame is 168 - 192 pounds. Read More
What would a poster of Babe Ruth pointing to the stands from 1932 World Series with a copied message from Lefty Gomez that says To Barry - this is real. I was there and saw Babe point to the stands?
I have one of these too. I wasn't sure if it's real or not. It's certainly old and in a tattered frame. I found it in an attic and thought it could have been real. Do you know the history behind this poster? Read More
This is a frame rate - the number of frames a camera shoots per one second. "60" is the frame rate and "i" stands for interlaced. However because the frames are interlaced there are actually only 30 frames per second. 60 are the interleaved fields that are shown together in one second for smoother video. Other frame rates are 30p, 24p or 25p where the number are the frames per second and "p" stands for… Read More