Network Cards on Eithernet

  stuntmaster 10:09 26 Jan 05

in either net networks forget the speed what types of cards are there?

any info would be appreciated


  stuntmaster 10:15 26 Jan 05


  Chezdez 10:16 26 Jan 05

ethernet, fast ethernet, gigabit ethernet

10Mbps, 100Mbps, 1000Mbps, and now they have ten gigabit ethernet, 10000Mbps

ethernet can either be coaxial cable, termianted with BNC (british naval connector), or UTP (unshielded twisted pair) CAT - 3,4,5,5e or 6 cable, terminated with RJ45 connectors

is that what you needed to know?

  stuntmaster 10:18 26 Jan 05


thats all i need, the manuafctuer will not change the type right? its sill an eithernet NIC card?


also whats a Patch Panel Do?

  Chezdez 10:25 26 Jan 05

ethernet is governed by the IEEE (institute of electrical and electronic engineers) standard 802.3

all ethenet cards must follow this standard (although some manufactures have been known to deviate slightly from the standard to improve throughput)

a patch panel is used basically to allow quick alterations to the way a network is wired up to be made.

  Chezdez 10:26 26 Jan 05

anything else?

(i've got my CISCO book in my lap, and i'm in college, in a networking class ;)

  recap 10:27 26 Jan 05

click here it may give you some insight as the which cards do what.

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