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Network Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Chris Evins, College Student
Answered: Oct 15, 2020
LPR stands for Line Printer Remote Protocol. Both LPR and RAW protocols are implicated with network printing. The concept of network printing necessitates printing documents by multiple users...Read More

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R. Tanner
Answered: Sep 25, 2020
Microvilli is a component of the cell. The function of the microvilli is basically to augment the surface area of the cell. Another function of microvilli includes the secretion, absorption, and...Read More

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W. Ira
Answered: Nov 07, 2019
While it is possible for a phone that uses the 4G network to upgrade to 5G, it is advisable not to give it a try for now as the technology is still at the early stage of its development. To...Read More

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H. Martin, Content Writer
Answered: Jan 09, 2019
The data link layer or layer 2 is the second layer of the seven-layer OSI model of computer networking. This layer is a protocol layer that moves data between adjacent network nodes in an area...Read More

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Gogu_steriade
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
Transmitting a probe request
Receiving a broadcast beacon frame

1 Answer

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John Adney
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
In peer-to-peer networks, no single computer has more authority than another, by default.

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Aug 30, 2019
PSTN stands for “Public Switched Telephone Network.” Small organizations mostly use PSTN. The signals of PSTN are analog from the exchange to the final user; they are also used...Read More

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C. Bernthal, Teacher
Answered: Nov 11, 2018
Networks allow people to send messages and keep data accurate from one computer to another. It allows many users to have access to their data and manipulate it if needed and others can look at...Read More

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Tiny shogun
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
The source’s physical address

1 Answer

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Tiny shogun
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
0.0.0.0.0.0.0.1
::1

This is the local loopback address

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John Smith
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
Layer 2 switches have multiple collision domains.
Layer 2 switches can send traffic based on the destination MAC address.

1 Answer

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Dsurge
Answered: Oct 22, 2020
The switch adds the source MAC address to the MAC address table.
Because the destination is not known, the switch forwards the frame out all ports except the port through which the frame...Read More

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