All Ethernet networks, independent of their speed or frame type, use an access method called __.
The Ethernet_II frame type contains a 2-byte __ field which differntiates it from the older Ethernet_802.3 and Ethernet_802,2 frame types.
As part of CSMA/CD, a process known as __ allows the NIC issue a special 32-bit sequence that indicates to the rest of the network nodes that its previous transmission was faulty and that those data frames are invalid.
The 10Base-T standard is considered a breakthrough for transmitting 10 Gbps over __ medium.
In packet switching, when packets reach their destination node, the node __ them based on their control information.
Within Ethernet frame types, the __ signals to the receiving node that data is incoming and indicates when the data flow is about to begin.
Given their long-distance capabilities, 10GBase-ER and 10GBase-EW are best suited for use on __.
In a(n) __ topology, every node on the network is connected through a central device, such as a hub, router, or switch.
Ethernet II (DIX)
Because of its support for multiple Network layer protocols and because it uses fewer bytes as overhead, __ is the frame type most commonly used on contemporary Ethernet networks.
On an Ethernet network, a(n) __ is the portion of a network in which collisions occur if two nodes transmit data at the same time.
__ is a component of a network's logical topology that determines how connections are created between nodes.
1000Bast-T is a standard for achieving throughputs __ times faster than Fast Ethernet over copper cable.
A network's access method is its method of controlling how network nodes access the communications channel.