100 meters or 328 feet.
100 megabits per second transfer rate.
10 base2 (thinnet), 10base5 (thicknet), 10baseT,100baseT (twisted-pair)
IPX/SPX : Routable // TCP/IP : Routable // NetBEUI : Not Routable
It's IEEE 802.3 for Ethernet and IEEE 802.11 for Wireless LANs.
A "Dongle" or "Pigtail".
A router can route data to the correct network in a way that is similar to a switch's method. However, a router can also forward a message to its correct destination over the most efficient available route, to destinations far removed from the LANs to which it is connected. Switches and bridges use MAC addresses to make decisions, but for TCP/IP, routers us IP addresses to determine the path by which tp send a packet.
so you don't void the warranty
Gigabit Ethernet : 1Gbps // ATM : 25, 45, 155, or 622 Mbps // Cable Modem : 512 Kbps to 5 Mbps // SDSL : Up to 2.3 Mbps // ISDN : 64 Kbps to 128 Kbps
Telephone Lines : 56 Kbps
The question states SLOWEST TO FASTEST so it would be in reverse order:
Telephone lines: 56kbps, ISDN: 64 Kbps to 128 KBps, SDSL: Up to 2.3 MBPS, Cable Modem: 512 Kbps to 5 Mbps, ATM: 25, 45, 155, or 622 MBps and Gigbit Ethernet: 1Gbps
The purpose of the AT command 'ATMO' turns off the speaker
give one example for each methods
The Windows Scripting Host utility uses Windows commands to execute scripts that programmers have written using a scripting language such as VBScript or Jscript. To run the script, type wscript.exe filename in the Run dialog box.
Both Token Ring and FDDI use the concept of a ring topology structure. However, Token Ring is used in a LAN, and FDDI is used in a MAN.
Token Ring is implemented with copper cable (UTP cable) and FDDI uses Fiber Optic cable.
Finally, the protocols are very different between the two. FDDI uses a synchronous type of transmission, where Token Ring uses an actual token (a 3 character packet) to control who has access to transmit or receive on the network. FDDI does not use this technique.
Token ring uses star topology . The data token is being passed from one computer to other allowing all the computer to have network access and avoids data collision.
TYPE OF media
Cable modem and DSL
No, you cannot have the same netbios names because there would be a conflict between the computers and Netbios names are unique names.
You can use Cross over cable or LAN cable or Ethernet cable.
An RJ-11 connector is used to connect a 2- or 4-wire from an analog modem to a telephone jack.
* MAC addresses are used at layer 2 of the OSI model; IP addresses are layer-3 addresses.* MAC addresses are globally unique. IP addresses may not be unique, if private addresses are used.
* IP addresses have a sort of hierarchical structure (at the very least, network and host parts). MAC addresses are "flat" (no hierarchy).
* MAC addresses are 6 bytes long. IP addresses are either 4 or 16 bytes long.
* A MAC address is only relevant within its network. An IP network may be globally relevant.
If you have gigabit network cards in your PC the internal network will be faster.