multiport repeater


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multiport repeater

A hub in a 10Base-T Ethernet network is often known as a multiport repeater because it sends every input signal to all output ports. See 10Base-T and multiport bridge.
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Be certain that the router provides independent MS/TP ports and not an integral multiport repeater. By having multiple MS/TP ports, the router can be located more centrally within the space, reducing the number of devices on each trunk segment.