What is IEEE 802?

A set of standards established by the IEEE relating to networks. In particular, 802-2 is the data-link layer. 802-3 is a physical network layer using CSMA/CD protocols. 802-4 is a physical layer using token passing protocols on a bus topology LAN. 802-5 is a physical layer that uses a token passing protocol over a ring topology LAN


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