6. Which device can create smaller networks and stop
broadcast storms by default?
A. Repeater
B. Bridge
C. Router
D. Gateway

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6. Which device can create smaller networks and stop broadcast storms by default? A. Repeater ..

Answer / kapilasdhir

Sorry Dear Sudha the answer is :--

Answer: C
Routers can create internetworks and filter by logical
address (IP) address, which can stop broadcaststorms

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6. Which device can create smaller networks and stop broadcast storms by default? A. Repeater ..

Answer / jitendera kuamr sinha

i have just suppose that sudah gives the answer router.but
she answersed bridges.
router is the answer becoz router create the seprtae
broadcast domain per inerface so it stop broadcast strom by
default.
this is the answer.
jitendera kuar sinha

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6. Which device can create smaller networks and stop broadcast storms by default? A. Repeater ..

Answer / jitendera kumar sinha

yeah sudaha is write but i think explanation is partially
coreect
the explanation is
scince rputer cretae dectase brodcast domain at each
enterface so it create smaller network and sriop bradcast
dpmain

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6. Which device can create smaller networks and stop broadcast storms by default? A. Repeater ..

Answer / sudha

bridge

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