The 5-4-3 rule in networking and what it implies.

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What is the 5-4-3 rule implemented by the Ethernet?What is another name for  it?What does it specify and why do we need to follow this rule? The rule divides the Ethernet into two segments. What are these? In addition to this rule what are the alternate method of connection in the network

 

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The 5-4-3 rule in networking and what it implies.

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The 5-4-3 rule simply used in the shared Ethernet networks design. According to this rule there should be a maximum of five segments which are connected to 4 repeaters. In which only 3 segments can have active terminals. 

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