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Question number: 206

» Basic CS » Networks

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Describe in Detail

Explain 5 - 4-3 rule?

Explanation

Define 5-4-3 rule

Define 5 - 4-3 Rule

Define 5 - 4-3 rule

  • The 5 - 4-3 rule is used in the design of shared Ethernet networks to promote optimal traffic flow.

  • Refers to the number of repeaters and segments that must be present on shared Ethernet backbones set up in a tree topology.

  • The 5 - 4-3 rule divides segments into two types:

  1. Populated segments
  2. Unpopulated segments
The 5-4-3 rule divides segments into two types

The 5 - 4-3 Rule Divides Segments into Two Types

The 5 - 4-3 rule divides segments into two types

  • The 5 - 4-3 rule was designed to minimize signal transmission time.

  • States that 10- Mbps Ethernet should be used on no more 5 network segments and 4 repeaters with no more than 3 of the five network segments for end-users.

Question number: 207

» Database » MySQL

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Describe in Detail

What is File Manager?

Explanation

Understanding of file manager

Understanding of File Manager

Understanding of file manager

  • Software program that helps a user manage all the files on their computer.

  • Ex. All file managers allow the user to view, edit, copy, and delete the files on their computer.

  • Some file managers contain features inspired by web browsers, including forward and back navigational buttons.

  • Can be implemented using an interface to the existing file subsystem provided by the operating system of the host computer or it can include a file subsystem written especially for the DBMS.