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If you go back and preview the Customer Id object, you will see that Designer has changed several settings. If your cascade also included other levels within the hierarchy such as region and city, the list of value settings for those objects also will have been modified. It s important to understand how the steps in the preceding section affect individual object settings, because if you ever wish to go back and change a cascade, you must do so manually, as described in this section. Further, if you implement a cascade after you have implemented other customizations, the cascade will overwrite those other customizations. Select the object Customer Id and double-click to bring up the Edit Properties box. To manually modify the list of values for the Customer Id object: 1. Select the Properties tab. 2. Select Edit to modify the CUSTID.LOV query and display the query panel. 3. Notice the object Country of Origin in the Conditions box.
Originally, block-encoded multimode fiber interfaces were specified with a 100 Mbps interface using the FDDI (TAXI) PMD and a 155 Mbps interface using the Fiber Channel PMD (Figure 10.7). In both systems the bit stream is block-encoded, using line codes, to a higher line rate. To reduce deployment costs, UTP (unshielded twisted-pair) interfaces recently have been specified for 52 Mbps and 155 Mbps using SONET framing, and 25.6 Mbps using block encoding.
The second layer in the OSI Reference Model is the data link layer. Whereas the network layer provides for logical addresses for components, the data link layer provides for physical, or hardware, addresses. These hardware addresses are commonly called Media Access Control (MAC) addresses. The data link layer also defines how a networking component accesses the media to which it is connected and defines the media s frame type and transmission method. The frame includes the Most wide area network fields and components the data link layer uses (WAN) protocols primarily function at the to communicate with devices on the same wire data link and physical layers. or layer 2 topology. This communication occurs only for components on the same data link layer media type (or same piece of wire), within the same network segment. To traverse layer 2 protocols, Ethernet to Token Ring, for instance, a router is typically used. The data link layer is also responsible for taking bits (binary 1s and 0s) from the physical layer and reassembling them into the original data link layer frame. The data link layer does error detection and will discard bad frames. It typically does not
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