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5.
You have 10 users plugged into a hub running 10Mbps half-duplex. There is a server connected to the switch running 10Mbps half-duplex as well. How much bandwidth does each host have to the server?
100 kbps
1 Mbps
2 Mbps
10 Mbps
Answer: Option
Explanation:
Each device has 10 Mbps to the server.
Discussion:
34 comments Page 1 of 4.

Alica said:   2 years ago
The hub acts as a central juncture point" all the devices connected to it will divide their bandwidth between all connected devices (as long as they are configured properly, this is automatic). If a hub is placed in a situation where it is one of many similar networks in the area, and its port is then used to connect to another network (say, a wireless router or switch), every computer attached to that hub will have half of its speed dedicated to communicating with the other hosts (or hubs) on the second network.
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Gowthami said:   4 years ago
What is mean by half - duplex? Explain it. And what is the difference between full - duplex and half - duplex?
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Pravin said:   5 years ago
Hub sends traffic for all node so bandwidth is divided 10 mbps to 1 mbps each node.

And switch creates MAC Table so send traffic to one node to check specific node MAC address and then after sending traffic so 10 mbps speed to access node also 10 mbps.
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Sms said:   5 years ago
You have 10 users plugged into a hub running 10Mbps full-duplex.

There is a server connected to the switch running 10Mbps half-duplex as well. How much bandwidth does each host have to the server?
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Suraj Kumawat said:   6 years ago
What is the difference between half duplex and full duplex?
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Siva said:   6 years ago
How to solve this? Please tell me.
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Dinesh Aryal said:   7 years ago
Switch provides the bandwidth of 10mbps to each node however hub divides it to 10 users by 1 mbps.

So when switch is connected to server, bandwidth from each host to the server will be 10 mbps i.e. Hub provide 1mbps to PC but switch provide 10 mbps to server.
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Surojit sarkar said:   7 years ago
It is shared access CSMA/CD. Since only one person can successfully transmit at one time, it is still 10 mb.
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Salman Khan Qureshi said:   8 years ago
@All.

Refer Deepak's answer. You will understand clearly.
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Kazi Mahebub Alam said:   8 years ago
I did not get things clearly. Can you please explain me?
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