On Monday 9 February 2004, chris.higgins at darach.ie (Chris Higgins) wrote:
>>>> On the subject of ADSL hubs.
>>There ain't no such thing as an ADSL hub, hubs are either a layer
>two technology used for connecting devices to shared media lans,
>or they are a 'design' methodology used to refer to a central focal
>point for network design ( ie: hub and spoke )
>>I presume you have an ADSL router/bridge which has a built in Ethernet Hub.
If you're going to be pedantgic, at least be correct. All of these gadgets
that I've seen are either single port, or have Ethernet switches, not hubs.
I guess this is because an Ethernet switch chipset now costs about 2
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