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Not to be confused with mac-address tag, Media Access Control is a sublayer of the OSI data link layer that provides addressing and channel access control mechanisms. It resides between the LLC sublayer and the physical layer.

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What actually is EIFS?

There are a couple of things on the Internet about EIFS intervals. One way I've found to help people understand EIFS is the following: When a station receives a corrupted frame, it has no way of ...
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Cisco Asr1001 not able to receive 2048 macs (arps) in a sub-interface

I´m Brasilian, so excuse me any gramar error. I have a cisco router ASR1001 (IOS XE Version: 03.08.01.S) and I need to connect it to a service provider running BGP ipv4. This service provider gave me ...
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Minimum frame size in ethernet CSMA/CD

How long sender needs to transmit to capture the channel in Ethernet when we apply CSMA/CD ? I my book , i have read it sender should be transmitting for at least the 2*PT,where PT is end to end ...
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MAC Layer Retransmissions during the same TXOP

Back in the day I was messing around with MadWifi and, if I remember properly, after a packet was transmitted if the sender did not receive an ACK in SIFS time after the completion of the transmission,...
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How do Wi-Fi access points discard frames on adjacent channels?

Naturally, Wi-Fi devices (access points, client adapters) receive frames that were sent on an adjacent channel as these overlap, i.e., they 'see' frames that were sent on a channel that the device ...
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What are the MAC layer specifications of IEEE 802.15.1?

I'm a networking newbie. I've come across this question but can't find any to-the-point learning resources for MAC layer specifications of IEEE 802.15.1. How can I understand this?