@Junie-Galvan said in Network Connectivity:
My name is Junie, and I am a freshman (& a newbie in IT industry) here in ITProTV. I appreciate all of your hardwork, very informative videos, and the support & friendliness that you have given to me since the first day I started here.
For my first ever Q&A and it is related to Network+:
- Q: What if my computer or router is setup to be in Auto-negotiation and my endpoint connection is setup to be in Half-duplex mode, can I still be able to connect with my endpoint? If so, what would be the implications? Is it going to be a slow transfer of data or chopped data?
If the router is set to
auto-negotiate and the endpoint is hardset to
half-duplex mode then the router would send data at
half-duplex. So you will connect with the endpoint just fine. The implications are with any half-duplex communication. You will send OR receive but not send AND receive at any given moment. so it will be slower.
- Q: What would my endpoint connection be experiencing in this scenario? Are they also having a slow transfer of data or chopped data on their end?
The slowness will come from the half duplex. The only time you should get pieces of data if you've got a mis-matched duplex negotiation (half on one side and full on the other) the result is receiving all but not able to send if the other side is not ready for the reception.
Looking forward to your answers :)
Thanks in advance,
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