What is 100VG AnyLAN in Cisco

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Micrometer. Please refer Micrometer

10 Mbit / s

Million bits per second. A unit of data transfer speed. 10 Mbit / s are transmitted over the Ethernet.

100BaseFX

Specification for 100 Mbit / s baseband Fast Ethernet, in which two wires of a multimode fiber optic cable are used per connection. To guarantee the correct timing of the signals, the length of a 100BaseFX connection is limited to 400 meters. Based on the IEEE 802.3 standard. See also 100BaseX, Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

100BaseT

Specification for 100 Mbit / s baseband Fast Ethernet with UTP cabling. Like the 10BaseT technology it is based on, 100BaseT sends link pulses over the network segment when there is no traffic. However, these link pulses contain more information than what is used in 10BaseT. Based on the IEEE 802.3 standard. See also 10BaseT, Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

100BaseT4

Specification for 100 Mbit / s baseband Fast Ethernet using four pairs of Category 3, 4 or 5 UTP cables. To guarantee the correct timing of the signals, the length of a 100BaseT4 segment is limited to 100 meters. Based on the IEEE 802.3 standard. See also Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

100BaseTX

Specification for 100 Mbps baseband Fast Ethernet using two pairs of UTP or STP cables. The first pair is used to receive and the second to transmit data. To guarantee the correct timing of the signals, the length of a 100BaseTX segment is limited to 100 meters. Based on the IEEE 802.3 standard. See also 100BaseX, Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

100BaseX

Specification for 100 Mbit / s Baseband Fast Ethernet, which refers to the 100BaseFX and 100BaseTX standards for Fast Ethernet over fiber optic cable. Based on the IEEE 802.3 standard. See also 100BaseFX, 100BaseTX, Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

100VG-AnyLAN

100 Mbps Fast Ethernet and Token Ring media technology that uses four pairs of Category 3, 4, or 5 UTP cables. This older high-speed transmission technology developed by Hewlett-Packard can be used in existing 10BaseT Ethernet networks. Based on the IEEE 802.12 standard. See also IEEE 802.12.

10Base2

Specification for 10 Mbps baseband Ethernet using a thin 50 ohm coaxial cable. 10Base2, which is part of the IEEE 802.3 specification, has a maximum length of 185 meters per segment. See also Cheapernet, Ethernet, IEEE 802.3 and Thinnet.

10Base5

Specification for 10 Mbps baseband Ethernet using a standard (thick) 50 ohm baseband coaxial cable. 10Base5, which is part of the IEEE 802.3 baseband specification for the physical layer, has a maximum length of 500 meters per segment. See also Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

10BaseF

Specification for 10 Mbps baseband Ethernet, which refers to the Ethernet standards 10BaseFB, 10BaseFL, and 10BaseFP for fiber optic cables. See also 10BaseFB, 10BaseFL, 10BaseFP and Ethernet.

10BaseFB

Specification for 10 Mbit / s baseband Ethernet with fiber optic cable. 10BaseFB is part of the IEEE 10BaseF specification. 10BaseFB is not used to connect user workstations, but offers a synchronous backbone, via which additional segments and repeaters can be integrated into the network. 10BaseFB segments can be up to 2000 meters long. See also 10BaseF and Ethernet.

10BaseFL

Specification for 10 Mbit / s baseband Ethernet with fiber optic cable. 10BaseFL is part of the IEEE 10BaseF specification and can be used in conjunction with FOIRL, although it was designed to supersede the FOIRL specification. When used with FOIRL, 10BaseFL segments can be up to 1000 meters long. If only 10BaseFL is used, a segment length of up to 2000 meters can be achieved. See also 10BaseF, Ethernet and FOIRL.

10BaseFP

Specification for passive 10 Mbit / s baseband Ethernet with fiber optic cable. 10BaseFP is part of the IEEE 10BaseF specification. It organizes several computers in a star topology without using repeaters. 10BaseFP segments can be up to 500 meters long. See also 10BaseF and Ethernet.

10BaseT

Specification for 10 Mbit / s baseband Ethernet using two pairs of twisted pair cables (Category 3, 4 or 5): one pair is used to transmit and the other pair to receive the data. 10BaseT, which is part of the IEEE 802.3 specification, has a maximum length of approx. 100 meters per segment. See also Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

10Broad36

Specification for 10 Mbps broadband Ethernet with broadband coaxial cable. 10Broad36, which is part of the IEEE 802.3 specification, has a maximum length of 3600 meters per segment. See also Ethernet and IEEE 802.3.

24th channel signaling

Please refer A & B bit signaling.

370 block multiplexer channel

Please refer Block multiplexer channel.

4-B / 5-B local fiber

4-bit / 5-bit local fiber. Physical fiber medium for FDDI and ATM networks. Supports transmission speeds of up to 100 Mbit / s over multimode fiber optic cables. See also TAXI 4B / 5B.

4-bit / 5-bit local fiber

Please refer 4-B / 5-B local fiber.

500-CS

Communication server of the 500 series. Multiprotocol communication server developed by Cisco that simultaneously functions as a terminal server and telecommuting server. It also translates protocols and takes on the tasks of an asynchronous router.

8B / 10B local fiber

8-bit / 10-bit local fiber. Physical fiber-optic medium that supports transmission speeds of up to 149.76 Mbps over multimode fiber-optic cables.

8-bit / 10-bit local fiber

Please refer 8B / 10B local fiber.