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  • n. Plural form of Ethernet.


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  • Ethernets were simple and, compared to the 50-kilobit lines of the ARPANET, they were tremendously powerful.

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  • Rutgers uses the next octet to indicate which of the campus Ethernets is involved.

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  • For example, when sending data between Rutgers and Berkeley, it is likely that both computers will be on Ethernets.

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  • The Realtek RTL8111D adopted as LAN chip supports two gigabit Ethernets to provide faster networking communications.

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  • Or you can spend $250 for a box which has wifi, four Ethernets on a switch, and two RJ11 VOIP lines, AND a fiber cable tray (which you need anyway because bare fiber is very fragile).

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  • In addition, it is equipped with two Gbit Ethernets for faster network connections and rich I/O interfaces, such as four COM ports and four USB ports.

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  • "We have customers today bundling more than ten 10G Ethernets from our backbone to their net, so the day 100G Ethernet is available, we will start provisioning for it," he said.


  • It features the Intel 945GME and ICH7M chipset to provide high performance and consists of two Gigabit Ethernets for faster network communications.

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  • Primarily TCP / IP was a way of connecting Ethernets, so the assumption was that it was going to be running over Ethernet; and it was optimized for the Ethernet case.


  • • They refer to hosts on the same network address (128.204), but they can actually be on different Ethernets connected by a bridge.

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