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plane reduces or eliminates congestion. Unlike a hub, where bandwidth is shared, each connection to the switch has dedicated bandwidth at the speed of the media. LAN switches are used to increase performance. A typical configuration is shown with a switch connecting directly to two servers and aggregating traffic from a number of hubs. Mixed-media LAN switches are common, a typical device having a few high-speed ports (such as 100Base-X) for connecting to routers and servers, and many normal-speed ports (such as 10base-T) for other connections. Like a learning bridge, a LAN switch develops a table of which addresses are associated with which ports. When a packet arrives, the switch examines the destination MAC address and forwards the packet only to the correct port. There are two methods of switching, cut-through and store-and-forward. Cut-through switching makes the routing decision as soon as the MAC address has been decoded. Storeand-forward switches read in the entire packet and check for CRC alignment errors before forwarding the packet. Cut-through advocates claim their method is faster, while store-and-forward advocates claim that they are more reliable. From a testing point of view, since packets are only routed from source to destination, promiscuous monitoring must be done along the data path. Unlike a hub, where any port may be monitored to see traffic, you must connect in line between the stations being monitored. Some LAN switches have a special port to aid in network monitoring. LAN switches have the same spanning tree features and broadcast issues discussed for bridges, but not necessarily the filtering capabilities.
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