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What is a full-duplex connection?
FAQ ID: 353 Product: SwitchesUpdated:2/4/2005 8:52:33 PM
Full-duplex operation is a dedicated connection that does not need to detect for collision. Such connection can freely receive and transmit at the same time. If incoming and outgoing traffic is perfectly balanced, the throughput on existing cables could be as high as 20Mbps for Ethernet and 200Mbps for Fast Ethernet connections.
- Are TRENDnet switches capable of running 10Mbps or 100Mbps?
- What are the benefits of using switches in a network?
- Cut-Through and Store-and-Forward
What is the difference between "cut-through" and "store-and-forward" methods?
- What can I do if more ports are needed on the switch?
- How do I get full-duplex connection?
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