The ethernet: a local area network: data link layer and physical layer specifications

  title={The ethernet: a local area network: data link layer and physical layer specifications},
  author={Xerox Corp and D. Corp},
  journal={Comput. Commun. Rev.},

A distributed approach to lan monitoring using intelligent high performance monitors

  • M. Soha
  • Computer Science
    IEEE Network
  • 1987
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