Take the challenge, part 2

The SearchNetworking Editorial Team

Here we present you with our second set of unanswered questions that were posed to our experts. Because our experts receive so many questions, they are unable answer them all. So, we challenge you to be our expert by answering these questions. If you can answer the question, click on the hyperlink associated with the question -- that will take you directly to that specific question within our Network Challenge discussion forum.

If you can you help -- go ahead, post your response... we challenge you. We'll award the member with the most valid posts a $25 gift certificate to our bookstore. Hope you join in on the fun!


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Question as presented to our experts:
What is the destination MAC (hardware) address of an Ethernet frame carrying an ARP request? What is the destination MAC address of an Ethernet frame carrying an ARP response? How does the responding station know where to send the ARP response?
Question submitted by Charlotte.

CHALLENGE #7: Differences between IDSL and 128K frame connection
Question as presented to our experts:
What is the difference between an IDSL and a 128K frame connection? Can you compare one vs. the other in term of performance?
Question submitted by Cardona

CHALLENGE #8: Connecting a Mac and PC
Question as presented to our experts:
Is there an affordable software solution/alternative to using a gateway for connecting a Mac and PC together for information sharing at home?
Question submitted by John

CHALLENGE #9: Transmission rates
Question as presented to our experts:
As the transmission rate is 100Mbps in my LAN, does it means all 100Mbps is 100% used for transmit. If not, why?
Question submitted by Calvin

CHALLENGE #10: What are AGG and CPE routers?
Question as presented to our experts:
I'm T1 shopping, and some vendors refer to different types of routers they use - notably AGG and CPE routers. What do these stand for?
Question submitted by DB

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