As part of my course I’ve been reading the paper Ethernet: Distributed Packet Switching for Local Computer Networks. I understand that “classic” Ethernet (over coaxial cable) has a maximum length of ...
Planning folder backups (to augment current drive image backup). Looking at SyncBack. Looking at the situation when already file exists in the target. a) if files "the same", nothing done - good. b) ...
I am confused about collisions in CSMA/CD Ethernet. When would a jam signal be sent? Why are jam signals sent? If two simultaneous packet transmissions interfere with each other, the two transmitting ...
I understand that a network card detects collisions because their signal has a higher amplitude than normal signals. But why is that signal of higher amplitude? For example, say we have the simplest ...