Data Communications Gigabit Ethernet Handbook
This comprehensive handbook delivers the answers to all your gigabit Ethernet questions - direct from the leading industry experts on this high-speed technology. And it's edited by Stephen Saunders, the award-winning executive editor of Data Communications, the world's premier networking technology publication. Let this handbook show you how to harness the power of gigabit Ethernet - and avoid the pitfalls. Net managers, network architects, and consultants can all benefit from this straightforward assessment of today's hottest LAN technology.
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Understanding Gigabit Ethernet
The Gigabit Ethernet Standard
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10-Mbit/s Ethernet 3Com applications architecture ATM switches backbone bandwidth broadcast buffers bytes cable campus carrier extension client collision configuration congestion connections cost CSMA/CD delay deployed desktop E-mail end station Ethernet network Ethernet ports fast Ethernet FDDI fiber Fibre Channel flow control frame full-duplex full-duplex repeater Gbit/s gigabit Ethernet switch gigabit switch gigabit-per-second hardware high-speed IEEE IETF implementation increase installed interface IP Switching latency Layer 3 switching Mbit/s migration multicast multiple network devices network managers node NT-Switch operating OSPF packet bursting performance Phone priority processor protocol queuing RMON router routing switch RSVP scalability segments server signaling solution specific speed standard subnet TCP/IP throughput tion token ring topology traffic transmission transmit upgraded users vendors virtual LANs VLANs weighted fair queuing Windows NT workgroup workstations