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Numerology information Ethernet:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Ethernet:
1) A trademark for a LAN protocol. 2) A local area network first described by Metcalfe & Boggs of Xerox PARC in 1976. Specified by DEC, Intel and XEROX (DIX) as IEEE 802.3 and now recognised as the industry standard. Data is broken into packets and each one is transmitted using the CSMA/CD algorithm until it arrives at the destination without colliding with any other packet. The first contention slot after a transmission is reserved for an acknowledge packet. A node is either transmitting or receiving at any instant. The bandwidth is about 10 Mbit/s. Disk-Ethernet-Disk transfer rate with TCP/IP is typically 30 kilobyte per second. Version 2 specifies that collision detect of the transceiver must be activated during the inter-packet gap and that when transmission finishes, the differential transmit lines are driven to 0V (half step). It also specifies some network management functions such as reporting collisions, retries and deferrals. Ethernet cables are classified as "XbaseY", e.g. 10base5, where X is the data rate in Mbps, "base" means "baseband" (as opposed to radio frequency) and Y is the category of cabling. The original cable was 10base5 ("full spec"), others are 10base2 ("thinnet") and 10baseT ("twisted pair") which is now (1998) very common. 100baseT ("Fast Ethernet") is also increasingly common.
Person 1: "What the heck, my Internet won't work!" Person 2: "Dude, that's because your ethernet cable is unplugged!"
(n) Something used to catch the Etherbunny.
We used the ethernet to catch the etherbunny.
Ethernet is friggen cabling! Most often referred to as Cat-5 or Cat-5e, most Ethernet is a set of four pairs of twisted wire used in the transfer of data, usually terminated by a RJ-45 connector and used in a 10/100/1000 local area network.
"Sonofvabitch, we need to start crimping this Ethernet now or else we're fucked tomorrow morning when people start showing up for the LAN party."
What you wish was there to catch you when you pass out at your computer desk and fall out of your chair!
Songs about Ethernet:
Alien Ethernet Experience-Encounter 1 by Krang from the Album Sound Trucks Massed At Dawn
Alien Ethernet Experience-Encounter 2 by Krang from the Album Sound Trucks Massed At Dawn
Before A Storm (Noctilucent remix by Ethernet) by Ethernet from the Album Into The Woods - The Remixes
Ethernet Arpeggios by Rob Mullins from the Album The Edge Of Dreams
Ethernet Death [Explicit] by Boiled In Acid from the Album Black Trees [Explicit]
Ethernet Fry-Up by Nebulous Amphibians from the Album Infinity Lake
The Ethernet by The Tangent from the Album Not As Good As the Book
Books about Ethernet:
Ethernet: The Definitive Guide by Charles E. Spurgeon and Joann Zimmerman (Apr 3, 2014)
Ethernet: The Definitive Guide by Charles E. Spurgeon (Feb 16, 2000)
MEF-CECP 2.0 Exam Study Guide: For Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) Professionals by Jon Kieffer and Ralph Santitoro (Dec 18, 2013)
Introduction to Carrier Ethernet: A Foundation for MEF-CECP 2.0 Training by Jon Kieffer and Yongchao Fan (Sep 16, 2014)
Automating with PROFINET by Raimond Pigan and Mark Metter (Dec 3, 2008)
Day One: Configuring EX Series Ethernet Switches, 2nd Edition by David Nguyen (Jan 3, 2011)
Connecting Arduino: Programming And Networking With The Ethernet Shield by Bob Hammell (Aug 6, 2014)
Movies about Ethernet:
Rockwell Automation Shop-floor Networking Using Ethernet / IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet, and Other Solutions 2006 - Runtime: 22 mins Starring: Dan Zaniewski, Allen Bradley, et al. Directed by: PhD, NJIT, USA and Professor Paul G. Ranky
Wiki information Ethernet:
Ethernet is a family of computer networking technologies for local area and larger networks. It was commercially introduced in 1980 while it was first standardized in 1983 as IEEE 802.3, and has since been refined to support higher bit rates and...
In computer networking, gigabit Ethernet is a term describing various technologies for transmitting Ethernet frames at a rate of a gigabit per second, as defined by the IEEE 802.3-2008 standard. It came into use beginning in 1999, gradually...