Data Network Connectivity. 11. Objectives. In this chapter, you will learn to: Explain how NICs operate List the most common types of NICs Describe the purpose and operation of hubs and repeaters Describe the purpose and operation of bridges and switches
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In this chapter, you will learn to:
Switches offer greater security because they isolate one device’s traffic from another.
They provide separate channels for every device
Switches can become overwhelmed by continuous, heavy traffic. In that event, they cannot prevent data loss.
On a fully switched network, in which every node uses its own port on the switch and therefore provides separate data channel, devices cannot detect collisions.Data Switches