Chapter 7 - LAN Technologies and Network Topology



Last modified: Mon Jan 25 12:34:32 1999

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2 Direct point-to-point communication
3 Connections in a point-to-point network
4 Connections in a point-to-point network
5 Reducing the number of communication channels
6 Growth of LAN technologies
7 Locality of reference
8 LAN topologies
9 Star topology
10 Star topology in practice
11 Ring topology
12 Bus topology
13 Why multiple topologies?
14 Ethernet
15 Ethernet speeds
16 Ethernet operation
17 Ethernet example
18 CSMA
19 CSMA example
20 Collision detection - CD
21 Collision example
22 Ethernet CD
23 Recovery from collision
24 Exponential backoff
25 Wireless LAN
26 Limited connectivity with wireless
27 CSMA/CA
28 Collisions
29 LocalTalk
30 Token ring
31 Transmission around a token ring
32 Using the token
33 Token and synchronization
34 IBM token ring
35 FDDI
36 FDDI and reliability
37 ATM - Star network
38 ATM details
39 ATM switches
40 Summary


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Direct point-to-point communication






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Connections in a point-to-point network





Connections =
(n2 - n)

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Connections in a point-to-point network








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Reducing the number of communication channels






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Growth of LAN technologies






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Locality of reference






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LAN topologies






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Star topology








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Star topology in practice


 











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Ring topology








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Bus topology








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Why multiple topologies?






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Ethernet






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Ethernet speeds






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Ethernet operation








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Ethernet example








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CSMA






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CSMA example








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Collision detection - CD






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Collision example








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Ethernet CD


 


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Recovery from collision






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Exponential backoff






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Wireless LAN


 


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Limited connectivity with wireless








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CSMA/CA








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Collisions


 


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LocalTalk






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Token ring


 





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Transmission around a token ring








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Using the token








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Token and synchronization


 


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IBM token ring






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FDDI


 


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FDDI and reliability








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ATM - Star network








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ATM details










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ATM switches










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Summary






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