A frame that contains a header that carries a VLAN identifier and a priority value. Also called a VLAN tagged frame.
The average time that an FDDI station expects to wait before it receives the use of the token.
A popular family of communications protocols, originally designed for use on the Internet.
For a coax Ethernet LAN, hardware attached to the ends of a coax segment. A terminator absorbs signals and prevents them from being reflected back into the cable.
A tool used to track the location of cable faults.
Use of the classical Token Ring protocol, which permits a station that ...