What is the DE bit used for in a frame relay network?
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 08 Yamaha Raptor 700 frame can be used to replace the 06 Yamaha Raptor 700 with a little bit fabrication. Read More
Framing bit is a common practice in telecommunication. Framing bit is a bit that precedes a T1 or J1 frame. It is used for the purpose of synchronization of the incoming data with the receiver. Read More
Taken from http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/frame/research/mpeg/mpeg_overview.html The typical data rate of an I-frame is 1 bit per pixel while that of a P-frame is 0.1 bit per pixel and for a B-frame, 0.015 bit per pixel. Read More
What does a receiving device verify to determine that an high level data link control frame is a flag frame?
the sixth bit is a one the seventh bit in a one the eighth bit is a zero Read More
What does a receiving device verify to determine that an high-level data link control frame is a flag frame?
sixth bit is 1 seventh bit is 1 eigth bit is 0 Read More
IP address are the unique address. IP or internet protocol addresses are also known as logical addresses . The 32 bit address is the IPV4 address. Read More
well its a bit llike a freeze frame but u can mowve about a bit in a tablue Read More
The first 16 bits is the location of the Class B IPv4 address network ID based in classful addressing. 16 bit is an expression used for microcomputers with 16-bit microprocessors. Read More
1 frame= 1000 bytes where, 1 byte= 8 bits therefore, 1 frame=8000 bits Read More
The average cost for a 4x6 is about $6-7.........If you want a bigger frame, be ready to pay a little bit extra..... Read More
In order to know how many bits/second there are in 1 frame/second, you need to know how many bits are in that frame. In a typical asychronous serial protocol with 8 bits per frame, the bit rate would be 0.125 bits/second. If you are talking the IP network layer of TCP/IP, then the frame size is very dependent on the underlying message payload and headers. The original question, by the way, is invalid. Its asks… Read More
Bit stuffing and destuffing Zero-bit insertion and removal Read More
Every network adapter has a 48 bit 6 byte number hard-coded on the card by its manufacturer that is used to identify the adapter on the network this number is called the?
MAC Address Read More
What is the process that is used to protect sensitive data and information that travels over a network?
The process is used by all the payment companies and banks for secure data transfer.The information once sent through network can be hacked in and leaked.The process to protect that is called Encryption.The Encryption are of different levels like 72 bit 128 bit. Read More
The minimum interval, measured in bit-times, that any station must wait before sending another frame. This gives devices time to process the frame and allows the media to stabilize. Ethernet requires devices to wait 96 bit times before a device can transmit it's next frame. Read More
Let 01111 be the frame delimiter flag in a data link protocol What is the transmitted bit sequence for the data 0111110111011110 using the bit stuffing method?
3 bit stuffing is required Read More
A bit is a network-based form of a byte, and it takes 8 bits to form a byte. Read More
Provides synchronization Read More
Check the frame bit beneath the bottom bracket Read More
what happens is they put a metal frame around your teeth and then place the brace in that frame and tighten it. It hurts a tiny bit once a month when you them tightend but apart from that it's fine. And also you might have a bit of trouble saying some words. Read More
The purpose of the FCS field is to transmit the extra checksum characters added to a frame in "xyz" protocol for error detection. The most popular algorithm I've used is the CRC (cyclic redundancy check) employed in things like ethernet or PPP on a routed network. Keep in mind that ethernet defines that the errored frame should be discarded, but ethernet takes no action to cause the frame to be retransmitted. Typically most tech's see… Read More
The network uses windows xp and cisco equipment the security protocol that is used is wep with 64-bit encryption which action can be recommended to the technician for securing the network?
Upgrade to the LEAP wireless security protocol. Read More
It is possible to build a frame weighing less than one kilo, but most are a bit heavier. Read More
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MAC address... Read More
Subnet mask defines our network bit . If we are using a single network then all computers should have same subnet mask as well as the ip address, that belongs to the same network id. Read More
What is a special 32 bit number that when combined with a devices ip address informs the rest of the network about the segment or network to which the device is attached?
A Subnet Mask. Read More
Class C (192-223) In Class C there is 3 network bits and one host bit. Read More
Face frame refers to the construction method to build the front of the cabinet face. A common "site built" method uses plywood , cut out for the doors/drawers and what is left is your "face frame" and the cut outs are bordered with lip moulding and become the doors and drawers. A "face frame" cabinet uses solid wood ripped, to make the frame. Typical fastening method will be dowels or nowadays pocket screws are used… Read More
Stop frame is more tedious because you have to animate every single frame of your sequence. Keyframe is a little bit easier because you only have to animate every few frames (the key ones) and the software will animate the rest in between your keyframes. Read More
Your question is a bit unclear. Maybe you can add a bit more about what exactly you want to know? Frame the question! Read More
High order bit pattern Class B 10111111 Read More
7. Application Layer - Data 6. Presentation Layer - Data 5. Session Layer - Data 4. Transport Layer - Segments 3. Network - Packet 2. Data Link - Frame 1. Physical - Bit Read More
2000 GMC Jimmy There is a constant ticking sound sounds like the turn signal but it's not on Which relay is it?
I have the same problem, have traced it to a relay behind the glove compartment. But I have no idea which relay this is, have noticed if I depress the brake pedal just a bit the clicking stops. I am still looking for an answer. Read More
The VIN number is stamped on the front end of the frame, easily seen when you are standing in front of the vehicle looking down at the frame, centrally, a bit to the right. Read More
If you are referring to the relay, it is on the inside ot the driver's side frame rail just below the battery. It is a strange, more rectangular looking thing that doesn't look like a typical boxy Chrysler relay. It is a bit of a knuckle buster to get to - it helps to pull the air filter box to get to it. If memory serves, it was about $35-40 at NAPA. When I got… Read More
What are the major network infrastructure for installing Exchange 2003 Read More
What is a group of hosts called that have identical bit patterns in the high order bits of their addresses?
A Network Read More
That depends on a few things. Be a bit more specific. Read More
the number of bits per second that can be transmitted along a digital network. Read More
An attacker has managed to decode the encrypted messages of a wireless network the network uses windows xp and cisco equipment the security protocol that is used is wep with 64-bit encryption which?
You need to choose stronger encryption and longer encryption key. Read More
Yes, it's. Usually they work fine in the same network. Read More
To Abe able to manage and control a network properly, your computer would have to have server preferences. Server Operating Systems such as Microsoft Server 2008 can be used for security management over a network, but requires a fair bit of insight to operate and are mostly used by IT professionals only. Group Policy Controls, an Advanced firewall with by the minute updates, Network Access Protection, Network Policy and access System. Windows 7 has a… Read More
under the steering wheel in the steering column blue cube bit Read More
Without knowing a bit more about the context, probably "topology". Common network topologies are ring, star, bus and mesh. Read More