802.5


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802.5

An IEEE standard for a token ring local area network access method, which is widely implemented in Token Ring. See IEEE 802.
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The PCI Token Ring Card comes with an industry standard RJ-45 port which allows connections to IEEE 802.
Since it began shipping Token Ring products in 1981, Proteon has achieved a number of industry milestones including the first PC-based Token Ring adapters, the first 802.
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The additional capacity is reserved for the future implementation of four 4-Mb/s token-ring bands that will be consistent with the IEEE 802.
In addition, many Token Ring vendors have either announced or are already shipping their Token Ring switches and full duplex capable adapters per the IEEE 802.
According to Dave Olechovsky, chairman of the High-Speed Token Ring Alliance, "Our mission is to pursue an IEEE 802.
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The network will include five dedicated computer networks based on an ISO 802.
First, one node might perform some special function, like the monitor node of an IEEE 802.
JitterBuster lets users build 4 or 16 Mb/s UTP networks up to the 250-node count specified by the 802.