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INFS2607 Complete Notes

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These are the complete notes for the INFS2607 Course completed in Semester 2, 2015

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Media access control Ethernet Local area networks IEEE standards Network architecture IEEE 802.11 Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection Network switch Virtual private network Data link layer Wireless LAN Wi-Fi
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Media access control Ethernet Local area networks IEEE standards Network architecture IEEE 802.11 Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection Network switch Virtual private network Data link layer Wireless LAN Wi-Fi
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E.g if C transmit frame addressed to A, B ignores it, A copies the frame as it goes by. Star topology with central node: individual addressing (if the central node is not a hub) and central point of inspection for security, but requires more cabling; natural for building wiring. Best for short distances. Tree topology: combination of bus topology and star topology Ring topology: looped series of point-to-points; performs better than a bus under heavy load, no central node required, and minimal cable usage. However breaking any one of the point-to-points will break the network, so we require redundancy e.g. "trap-door" or 2 rings. Also each node must pass the token along, creating impedance. The frame moves in one direction which passes all the station, when the destination is recognized, it copies the ...
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