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Which of the following statements are true?

A.) Store and forward switching creates variable latency
through the switch

B.) Cut through switching creates variables latency through
the switch

C.) Cut through switching works at wire speed

D.) Store and forward switching works at wire speed
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Answer: A C

The larger the packet, the greater the latency when using a
switch with

Store and Forward methods. This is due to the fact that
Store and

Forward switching copies the entire Frame into its buffer before

forwarding the frame. Cut Through switching only examines the

destination address before forwarding the packet and does
not copy the

frame into its buffer.
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# 2
store and forward switching andcut through switching
creates variable latency through the switch
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