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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...

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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...

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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...

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10Base5

Definition of 10Base5 in The Network Encyclopedia. What is 10Base-5? 10Base-5 is a type of standard for implementing Ethernet networks. 10Base5 is sometimes referred to as thicknet because it...

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10Base2

Definition of 10Base2 in The Network Encyclopedia. What is 10Base2? 10Base2 is a type of standard for implementing Ethernet networks. 10Base2 is sometimes referred to as thinnet (or “thin...

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100VG-AnyLan

Definition of 100VG-AnyLan in Network Encyclopedia. What is 100VG-AnyLan? 100VG-AnyLan is an alternative to Fast Ethernet that provides 100-Mbps communications based on technology developed by...