Answer B, C
ExplanationIn store and forward mode, the switch must receive the complete frame before forwarding takesplace. The destination and source addresses are read, the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) isperformed, relevant filters are applied, and the frame is forwarded. If the CRC is bad, the frameis discarded. The latency (or delay) through the switch varies with frame length.Incorrect AnswersA. Is wrong because the latency changes with the frame size.D. Is wrong because it waits for the complete name and not merely the destination address.
Which of the following devices support Full Duplex Ethernet ? (Choose two.)A. Switch to host.B. Switch to switch.C. Hub to hub.D. Switch to hub.E. Hub to host.
Answer A, B
ExplanationDevices that are connected to switches can communicate in full duplex mode. This includesswitches that are connected to other switches.Incorrect AnswersC, D, and E. Hubs can only communicate in half duplex mode (CSMA/CD). Therefore none of these options are correct.
Which two statements are valid? (Choose two.)A. Full-duplex Ethernet consists of a shared broadcast domain, while half-duplex Ethernetconsists of a private broadcast domain.B. Full-duplex Ethernet is collision free, while half-duplex Ethernet is subject to collisions.C. Full-duplex Ethernet provides higher throughput than half-duplex Ethernet of the samebandwidth.D. Full-duplex Ethernet provides lower throughput than half-duplex Ethernet of the samebandwidth.E. Full-duplex Ethernet consists of a shared cable segment while half-duplex Ethernet provides apoint-to-point link.
Answer B, C
ExplanationFull-duplex involves only two participants. Both can transmit simultaneously. Half-duplex, on theother hand, can have many participants on the same network segment. Only one be transmittingat a time.B. Using Full-Duplex only two participants ensures that there can be no collisions. Half-duplexmust use CSMA/CD to handle the collisions.C. Full-duplex mode is faster than half-duplex.