Hello and welcome back to I see. And do you want interconnecting Cisco networking devices? Part one?
This is less than 3.1 introduction analyzing Internet designs.
I am trend there. When I would be instructive for your course. In this lesson, we recovered the Ethernet standards again. We're gonna look at a little bit of wireless networking and some of the campus designs for land networks.
And this lesson, we're gonna look at the collision broadcast amines and a little bit about the V lanes. We're not gonna go into configuration of you in just a little bit of overview.
Ah, the second lesson. We're gonna look at the campus Atlantic apologies.
And the final lesson. We're gonna look at the physical standards in the wireless.
So this lesson isn't doesn't involve any lab ing. Actually, it doesn't involve a few practical exercises, But feel free to go back to the other lessons and redo those labs. And,
you know, try and redo an entire network from start to finish.
Otherwise we'll get into it.
The pre assessment here. What device will split up the broadcast domain, so give a few seconds to see if you can figure it out.
All right. It is the router.
Well, we're in. We're lessons.
What is the top layer of the three tier campus land design?
Give me a few seconds.
It is the core. Later.
How many non overlapping channels does five gigahertz wireless have?
Give me a few. Second session will take a few seconds. He's Google,
all right. It has 23 non overlapping channels,
and the next episode we look at the collision and broadcast remains on viewings. And once again, I couldn't find any really interesting
diagrams for a collision of broadcast domain. So there's a hard reset hammer.
And as always, if you guys have questions, need some help. Feel free to shoot me a message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson introduction for to see the rest of it.