What Is Network Standard IEEE 802.3AB?

Answer The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) has been documenting the Ethernet standard since 1983. These standards are published under the code 802.3. 802.3ab was published in 1999 ... Read More »

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What Is the Ieee 802.3 Standard?

The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 802.3 standard refers to a set of protocols that define local area networks (LAN). It covers the operation, bandwidth and connections of... Read More »

The Standards for an IEEE 802 Network?

The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) 802 standard defines physical network interfaces such as cables, routers, bridges and network interface cards and all the access and sign... Read More »

How to Create an IEEE 1394 Bridge Network With Windows XP?

Creating a bridge network is a good alternative if you have a small number of computers that you would like to network without a router. For instance, if you have three computers, two of which hav... Read More »

What is the maximum length that a Cat 5 cable can be run in a standard Ethernet network?

The maximum distance for cable certification using Category 5 or Cat 5 cabling is 100 meters or 328 feet. The certification is done by the cabling installer using cable testing tools and reports t... Read More »