A “road warrior” is stocking up their laptop computer case for a road trip, and they’ve asked you for a set of cables that could be used for hotel Ethernet links and the occasional dial-up connection. What kind of cables/connectors do they need? Pick two.
Ethernet is one of the most common network types, and it would be very unusual to find any network that doesn’t have Ethernet. What kind of topology is most often found with Ethernet networks?
You’d like to run some diagnostics on an Ethernet connection, but you need some additional hardware that will help the diagnostics software determine if the Ethernet traffic is sent and received properly. What’s the best tool to use for this job?
During an annual network planning session, you’ve found a number of older Ethernet networks that are connected by 10-BASE2 coaxial cable. What might be some reasons for replacing this older bus network topology for another type (pick two)?
Ethernet is the King of the LAN, and in this video we’ll go into details about 10 megabit, 100 megabit, 1 gigabit, and 10 gigabit Ethernet versions. If it runs Ethernet over copper or fiber, you’ll learn about it in this module!
The physical network connectivity of Ethernet has changed dramatically through the years, but these days one type of connection is the clear favorite. What type of physical network connection do most Ethernet networks use today?
What is the most distinguishing characteristic of an Ethernet cross-over cable?