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which protocol is better Ethernet or Token Ring and why would they use them
Weegy: Two computing behemoths each lining up behind competing LAN architectures: IBM advocating Token-Ring and DEC endorsing Ethernet. Pioneered by IBM scientist Olof Soderblom in the 1960s, [ Token-Ring was initially successful for IBM – as most IBM-endorsed technologies are. But beyond IBM, it never garnered much support among top-tier vendors, which gravitated toward Ethernet, the preferred LAN technology of research institutions and manufacturing companies. Token-Ring began its downward spiral soon after the emergence of 10Base-T Ethernet, an inexpensive, 10Mbps transmission technology than ran across telephone grade unshielded twisted-pair copper media. Matters were not helped when Soderblom began demanding royalties from the few Token-Ring vendors and chip makers, driving prices higher. Related Content IPv4 vs. IPv6 X2 vs. K56flex modem Ethernet vs. Token Ring OSI and SNA vs. TCP/IP View more related content Get Daily News by Email And then, Cisco, citing lack of market demand, dropped out of an effort to develop the 100Mbps High-Speed Token-Ring (HSTR) in 1998, a move that essentially scuttled that initiative. "Cisco is attempting to torpedo multivendor, industry-standard HSTR efforts and promote, instead, the Cisco proprietary technology," said Kevin Tolly, president of The Tolly Group, a catalyst behind the formation of the HSTR alliance and a Network World columnist. Today, Token-Ring is barely detectable in the market as businesses have opted for switched Ethernet in the LAN. Ethernet has even spread into the WAN as telecom carriers now offer Ethernet services on a local, metropolitan area, regional and national basis. ] (More)
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how a VLAN could be implemented so that bandwidth is not consumed.
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how a VLAN could be implemented so that bandwidth is not consumed.
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Weegy: Some of the benefits of VLAN includes increased performance, better network manageability, better network tuning, physical topology independence, and increased network security. [ Improve performance is a direct result of VLAN ability to group user into logical networks. VLAN provide a cost-effective, flexible way to modify logical groups in situations requiring frequent changes. is possible because network administrator have the capability to tweak networks settings and consolidate resources . ] (More)
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