what is the difference between collision domain and
broadcast domain?




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Answer / ram

Collision domain is the group of hosts in which collision
can occur but broadcast domain consists of all the groups of
hosts that can proceed the broadcast frame. Broadcast domain
may be collision domain but Collision domain may not be
broadcast domain.

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Answer / tarun tomer

Domain-- Collection of user group in a same group or family.

Broadcast Domain-- In a same set of devices one device of
that group sends the data. That data must be broadcast to
all the devices of that group that type of group is called
single broadcast domain.

Collision Domain-- If more than one device broadcast the
data at same time in a single broadcast domain. Then the
collision will be accord. this types of group comes under
single collision domain.

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Answer / devanshu kumar

A collision domain is an Ethernet term used to descrbe a
network,collection of devices in which one particular
device sends a packet on a network segment.
A broadcast domaun is where a set of all device on that
same segment hear all broadcasts sent on that segment.

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Answer / naveen k r

Collision Domain - how many devices can send the data same
time

broadcastdomain- one device send the data all other devices
recive data except sending device

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Answer / mahesh pawar

1. Collision Domain:- It is area in which only 2 devise
communication with each other
Share between devices.
2. Broadcast Domain:- It is The Domain Area in which
devices ,Can receives each
Other broadcast.

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Answer / aslam shaikh

Collision domain is the group of hosts in which collision
can occur but broadcast domain consists of all the groups of
hosts that can proceed the broadcast frame. Broadcast domain
may be collision domain but Collision domain may not be
broadcast domain

A collision domain is an Ethernet term used to descrbe a
network,collection of devices in which one particular
device sends a packet on a network segment.
A broadcast domaun is where a set of all device on that
same segment hear all broadcasts sent on that segment.

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 3 No

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