show me: Yeah, uh, ethernet is a protocol, it's not wires.
show me: I used to work for IBM Global Services in the late '90s and our company issued laptops were still using token ring exclusively until about 1998 or so. And yeah, I've heard every joke about the token getting lost and having to buy another one.
SMB2811: show me: Yeah, uh, ethernet is a protocol, it's not wires.The Ethernet standards are a Physical and Link-Layer protocol specification. It does indeed specify what is going on at the physical layer.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.3If you want to complain about the headline, you would have to point out that UTP/STP was nowhere to be found in the original Ethernet specifications.
mark--fark: jehovahs witness protection: nekom: It wasn't always twisted pairs. I remember working with ethernet using BNC connectors and coax wire.Don't forget the good ole IBM type 1.Those connectors were for Token Ring.......
Marcus Aurelius: show me: Yeah, uh, ethernet is a protocol, it's not wires.It's a series of tubes.
nekom: It wasn't always twisted pairs. I remember working with ethernet using BNC connectors and coax wire.
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