Web Science/Part1: Foundations of the web/Ethernet/Summary, further reading, homework

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Summary, further reading, homework

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Homework for Web Science MOOC Week 1.pdf

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1

Which holds true about the clock of ethernet devices

The clocks are synchronized during the transmission process.
Transmission speed is reciprocal to the interval length of one clock cycle
The clock frequency has an impact to the minimum length of an ethernet frame
The clock frequency has an impact to the maximum distance between two ethernet devices.

2

What is transfered during one ethernet clock cycle?

1 Bit
1 Byte
1 Ethernet header field
the complete ethernet header
1 Ethernet frame

3

Almost all Internet traffic on the Link Layer consists of ethernet traffic

true
false

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Ulteriori letture

  1. Bruce Hartpence video lectures: [http://www.youtube.com/watch

v=UDxBEo9G5Hw ethernet part1] and [http://www.youtube.com/watch v=1oeC6PFHp2o ethernet part2]

  1. Link Layer in Wikipedia
  2. Link Layer section in Internet Protocol Analysis course
  3. Communication over a shared medium
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