Chapter 14 Local Area  Networks: Ethernet
Figure 14.1   Three generations of Ethernet
14.1  Traditional Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation  Switched Ethernet Bridged Ethernet F...
Figure 14.2   802.3 MAC frame
Figure 14.3   Minimum and maximum length
Figure 14.4   Ethernet addresses in hexadecimal notation
Figure 14.5   Unicast and multicast addresses
Figure 14.6   Physical layer
Figure 14.7   PLS
Figure 14.8   AUI
Figure 14.9   MAU (transceiver)
Figure 14.10   Categories of traditional Ethernet
Figure 14.11   Connection of a station to the medium using 10Base5
Figure 14.12   Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base2
Figure 14.13   Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base-T
Figure 14.14   Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base-FL
Figure 14.15   Sharing bandwidth
Figure 14.16   A network with and without a bridge
Figure 14.17   Collision domains in a nonbridged and bridged network
Figure 14.18   Switched Ethernet
Figure 14.19   Full-duplex switched Ethernet
14.2  Fast Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation
Figure 14.20   Fast Ethernet physical layer
Figure 14.21   MII
Figure 14.22   Fast Ethernet implementations
Figure 14.23   100Base-TX implementation
Figure 14.24   Encoding and decoding in 100Base-TX
Figure 14.25   100Base-FX implementation
Figure 14.26   Encoding and decoding in 100Base-FX
Figure 14.27   100Base-T4 implementation
Figure 14.28   Using four wires in 100Base-T4
14.3  Gigabit Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation
Figure 14.29   Physical layer in Gigabit Ethernet
Figure 14.30   Gigabit Ethernet implementations
Figure 14.31   1000Base-X implementation
Figure 14.32   Encoding in 1000Base-X
Figure 14.33   1000Base-T implementation
Figure 14.34   Encoding in 1000Base-T
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Ch 14

  1. 1. Chapter 14 Local Area Networks: Ethernet
  2. 2. Figure 14.1 Three generations of Ethernet
  3. 3. 14.1 Traditional Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation Switched Ethernet Bridged Ethernet Full-Duplex Ethernet
  4. 4. Figure 14.2 802.3 MAC frame
  5. 5. Figure 14.3 Minimum and maximum length
  6. 6. Figure 14.4 Ethernet addresses in hexadecimal notation
  7. 7. Figure 14.5 Unicast and multicast addresses
  8. 8. Figure 14.6 Physical layer
  9. 9. Figure 14.7 PLS
  10. 10. Figure 14.8 AUI
  11. 11. Figure 14.9 MAU (transceiver)
  12. 12. Figure 14.10 Categories of traditional Ethernet
  13. 13. Figure 14.11 Connection of a station to the medium using 10Base5
  14. 14. Figure 14.12 Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base2
  15. 15. Figure 14.13 Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base-T
  16. 16. Figure 14.14 Connection of stations to the medium using 10Base-FL
  17. 17. Figure 14.15 Sharing bandwidth
  18. 18. Figure 14.16 A network with and without a bridge
  19. 19. Figure 14.17 Collision domains in a nonbridged and bridged network
  20. 20. Figure 14.18 Switched Ethernet
  21. 21. Figure 14.19 Full-duplex switched Ethernet
  22. 22. 14.2 Fast Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation
  23. 23. Figure 14.20 Fast Ethernet physical layer
  24. 24. Figure 14.21 MII
  25. 25. Figure 14.22 Fast Ethernet implementations
  26. 26. Figure 14.23 100Base-TX implementation
  27. 27. Figure 14.24 Encoding and decoding in 100Base-TX
  28. 28. Figure 14.25 100Base-FX implementation
  29. 29. Figure 14.26 Encoding and decoding in 100Base-FX
  30. 30. Figure 14.27 100Base-T4 implementation
  31. 31. Figure 14.28 Using four wires in 100Base-T4
  32. 32. 14.3 Gigabit Ethernet MAC Sublayer Physical Layer Physical Layer Implementation
  33. 33. Figure 14.29 Physical layer in Gigabit Ethernet
  34. 34. Figure 14.30 Gigabit Ethernet implementations
  35. 35. Figure 14.31 1000Base-X implementation
  36. 36. Figure 14.32 Encoding in 1000Base-X
  37. 37. Figure 14.33 1000Base-T implementation
  38. 38. Figure 14.34 Encoding in 1000Base-T

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