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CHAPTER 6 REVIEW
This indicates the beginning of a frame.
A: What is Frame Start field?
The part of the frame that checks for errors.
A: What is a Frame Check Sequence (FCS) field?
The MAC addresses of the source and destination computers are in this.
A: What is the Address Field?
The term used to describe the Layer 2 encapsulation process.
A: What is a frame?
Layer 2 communicates with upper layers through this.
A: What is the Logical Link Control (LLC)?
The two parts of the data link layer.
A: What are the LLC and MAC sublayers?
The IEEE 802.2 standard.
A: What is the Logical Link Control sublayer (LLC)?
A LAN transmission method that sends data out to all nodes on the network .
A: What is a broadcast?
In 802.3 frames, it is an alternating pattern of 1s and 0s.
A: What is a Preamble?
This sublayer handles physical addressing, network topology definition and line discipline.
A: What is the MAC sublayer?
The length of a MAC address in bits.
A: What is 48?
Where the MAC address resides in a computer.
A: What is the NIC?
The first six hexadecimal numbers in a MAC address represents this.
A: What is the Organizational Unique Identifier (OUI)?
This reserved address is used to send information to everyone on the network.
A: What is FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF?
The last six hexadecimal digits in a MAC address.
A: What is a vendor assigned address?
Hexadecimal is also known as this Base.
A: What is 16?
The decimal number 89 in hex.
A: What is 59?
The hexadecimal number 2A1 in decimal.
A: What is 673?
The binary number 11111111 in hexadecimal.
A: What is FF?
The Base 16 equivalent to the decimal number 314.
A: What is 13A?
This LAN technology has a logical bus topology and a physical star topology.
A: What is Ethernet?
This MAC protocol uses a form of taking turns.
A: What is deterministic?
Ethernet uses this non-deterministic MAC protocol.
A: What is CSMA/CD (Carrier Sense Multiple Access/ Collision Detection?
This LAN technology uses a logical ring topology and a physical star topology.
A: What is Token Ring?
This LAN technology uses a logical ring topology and a physical dual-ring topology.
A: What is FDDI?