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a question about Collision Domain 10 years 3 months ago #16692

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Hi guy

I have been puzzling with problem of collision domain, whenever i need to deal with the caculation of collision domain on any designed network, i must not work out a correct answer!!!!

is there any one can help me out ??

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Re: a question about Collision Domain 10 years 3 months ago #16694

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I'm not sure you'll ever need to calculate the extent of a collision domain but there are rules. If you stick to the Ethernet design rules for the particular medium and speed you're using plus things like the 5:4:3 rule you won't have a problem
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Re: a question about Collision Domain 10 years 3 months ago #16698

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5:4:3 ? Whats that then ?
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5:4:3 rule 10 years 3 months ago #16701

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5-4-3 Rule is a rule of creating ethernet segments

This above rules have lead to a simplified procedure for creating multi-segment Ethernet networks called the 5-4-3 rule. In the 5-4-3 rule, a total of five segments can exist connected by four repeaters as long as no more than three are bus segments. This is a very simple rule and it does not address the three, two or one repeater configuration. The rule also does not address the maximum allowable segment length under the varying conditions. In general, fiber segments are limited when using multiple repeaters.
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Re: a question about Collision Domain 10 years 3 months ago #16729

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Hehe, thought thats what TheBishop meant. Takes me back to the days of BNC :lol:
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