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Ethernet Networking technology

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( 2 months ago )

Why does ethernet support only a maximum of 1024 nodes ?

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( 2 months ago )

In a half-duplex Ethernet, a collision domain has an theoretical limit of 1024 nodes. This restriction was imposed by the back-off algorithm used that had a maximum 1024 time slots, where if there were more nodes than that that were simultaneously accessing the system, the collision might never be resolved.

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