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An IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standard for thin coaxial cable
(ThinNet). Stations are daisy-chained with a maximum
segment length of 200 meters. The repeater uses
10Base-2 in its repeater expansion port (REP) to provide
a common, bussed Ethernet segment. The REP 10Base-2
is implemented using twisted pair (not coax), limiting
the maximum length to 76.2 meters (250 feet).
An IEEE standard (802.3) for unshielded twisted-pair
(UTP) wiring. Stations are connected using a star
topology. The maximum segment length is 100 meters
An IEEE standard (802.3u) for high-speed Ethernet.
An IEEE standard that governs Logical Link Control
(LLC). The LLC layer can provide either connections-
oriented services, connectionless services, or a
combination of both.
An IEEE standard that governs Carrier Sense Multiple
Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD) networks. 802.3,
referred to as Ethernet, operates on different cable types
(e.g., UTP, coax, fiber).
Used by the TCP/IP protocol stack to dynamically bind
an IP address with a MAC address
An optional module that plugs into a 16-port repeater to
provide an AUI, BNC, or fiber Media Expansion Port
(MEP). The MEP is the 17th port.
See Address Resolution Protocol.
The ability of a network manager to discover the node
address and functionality of network devices. The 8-port
and 16-port repeaters support IPX autodiscovery.
The automatic disabling of a port by hardware after a
specific number of consecutive collisions occur.
Netelligent 2008/2016 10Base-T Repeater User Guide