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Topic # 60747 2-May-2010 09:31
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10BaseT
100BaseTX
100BaseFX
10GBaseLR
10GBaseER
10GBaseSW
10GBaseLW
10GBaseEW
10GBaseT
1000BaseT
1000BaseX
10GBaseSR

Anybody know which of the above technologies are bonded and if so what the throughput rates a number of channels involved.  Also how common is it for these technologies to be bonded and their applications.

May be a tall order any thoughts?


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  Reply # 325825 2-May-2010 17:20
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might need to look them each up on wikipedia

10baseT is 10mbit baseband over twisted pair.

I can tell u 10baseT, and 100baseT are not bonded.

I think the TX is also not bonded as i think the X means they can talk in duplex which means traffic can go both ways at the same time which means a total of 200mbit throughput over the cable is maxed out both ways.




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  Reply # 325833 2-May-2010 18:43
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Please define what you mean by "bonding".  Almost all devices supporting Ethernet can run 802.1AX (formerly 802.3ad) link aggregation.

Also - why do I get the feeling we are doing your homework?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 325850 2-May-2010 19:38
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In a way this is homework, I have been asked to teach a Network+ class any help much appreciated

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