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IBM X100 LAN DRIVER



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Upon capturing the free token, the station creates a frame by setting the token bit to 1. It then inserts ibm x100 lan and destination addresses, certain control information and the data to be sent to the destination station, and starts frame transmission. During the time the frame is being transmitted, no token is available on the ring and no other station can initiate a transmission. Thus, collisions on the ring are avoided. The frame is passed received, regenerated and retransmitted from one station to another on the ring until it is received by a station with a matching destination address. The destination station copies the data to its internal buffers, sets control bits to indicate that it recognized the address and successfully copied the data, and retransmits the frame. When the frame returns to the source station following successful transmission and receipt, it is removed from the ring.

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The source station creates a new free token and transmits it on the ring, thereby allowing other stations access. Until the source station releases a free token, the rest of the stations are unable to transmit. To reduce the amount of time a station has to wait for a free token, a function, known as Early Token Release is available. With Early Token Ibm x100 lan, a sending station releases a free token following frame transmission without waiting for the ibm x100 lan frame to return.

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This enhances the utilization of the ring by allowing one ibm x100 lan and one or more frames to circulate on the network at the same time. Token ring has certain important architectural considerations: 9.

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Token ring frames may contain as many as 17, bytes of information, which is significantly more than the bytes of user data in an Ethernet frame. A negotiation process ibm x100 lan required by token ring stations to determine the maximum frame size they can use, but most implementations end up using larger frames than Ethernet implementations, which is more efficient when transferring large volumes of data. A single token ring may have up to ibm x100 lan connected to it. Timing considerations affect the maximum frame size only bytes for a 4 Mbps ring and the cable lengths comprising a single ring.

Most bridged token ring networks implement source-route bridging. Stations that want to communicate with each other across a bridged network first ibm x100 lan discovery frames through the network to discover the best route. The stations then save this routing information and include it in every frame they subsequently send.

The token ring frame ibm x100 lan contains an indicator bit to denote that this source-routing information is present in the frame. Source-route bridging is especially useful in SNA networks, because it allows multiple paths between ibm x100 lan points across the network and also allows configuration of duplicate MAC addresses, both of which increase reliability and availability of the network.

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Maybe this has led to the ibm x100 lan that SNA and token ring are somehow inextricably linked, but the facts are that: 1. Token ring networks can implement transparent bridging; its just less common for them to do so. Hubs which provide active token ring ports can effectively increase the total cable length of a single ring because they re-drive and ibm x100 lan the signals on these ports. There are some minor differences between the IEEE IEEE Token Ring versus Ethernet There is no simple and objective answer as to which technology is better; any comparisons between token ring and Ethernet end up being emotional and subjective.

The only points which need to be made here are: 1. Shared media token ring copes much better under heavy load than shared media Ethernet. As traffic increases, Ethernet performance degrades significantly whereas 16 Mbps token ring has been shown to be capable of delivering an aggregate data throughput of The vast majority of end users, however, do not themselves require more than 10 Mbps of network bandwidth, and a switched Ethernet infrastructure delivering switched 10 Mbps dedicated bandwidth to each user can meet their needs.

What this means, though, is that existing 16 Mbps shared token ring users may well be able to continue using their existing networks when 10 Mbps shared Ethernet users are required to upgrade to switched Ethernet or Mbps Ethernet. Duplicate addresses are used on mainframe token ring gateways to provide a measure of automatic load-balancing and. In its simplest form a ibm x100 lan token ring can be viewed precisely as above: a ring to which all network stations attach.

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The adapters on the network stations themselves provide the intelligence in the network: an active monitor is elected and then serves to monitor the status of the ring, for example. Unmanaged hubs The simplest token ring hub does not even have to have a power supply. The network adapters themselves provide all the intelligence in the network, even to the extent of determining the ibm x100 lan speed. A complete ring is established by daisy chaining hubs together: a cable connects the ring out port of one hub to the ring in port on the next one, with the last hub connecting back to the first one to complete the ring.

A complete ring can be implemented on just one hub since the ring-in and ring-out ports will be wrapped internally to complete the ring.

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