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link to AppleTalk

AppleTalk

AppleTalk is the original networking protocol for Apple Macintosh networks. AppleTalk enables users to share folders and printers for access by other network users. AppleTalk What is...

link to Add Printer

Add Printer

When you connect a printer to your PC or add a new printer to your home network, you can usually start printing right away. Windows supports most printers, and you probably won't have to go out of...

link to Add New Hardware

Add New Hardware

Add New Hardware was a Control Panel utility in Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows 98 that was used to install new peripheral hardware on a machine. Add New Hardware Wizard On machines running...

link to 5-4-3 rule

5-4-3 rule

Definition of 5-4-3 rule in The Network Encyclopedia. What is 5-4-3 rule? The 5-4-3 rule is a specification describing limitations for constructing certain kinds of Ethernet networks. The...

link to 10BaseT

10BaseT

10BaseT was a type of standard for implementing Ethernet networks using unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) cabling for connecting stations and using hubs to form a network. To learn more continue...

link to 10BaseF

10BaseF

Definition of 10BaseF in The Network Encyclopedia. What is 10BaseF? 10Base-F is a type of standard for implementing Ethernet networks. 10BaseF is different from other 10-Mbps Ethernet...