Ethernet is a protocol for the physical and
data-link layers, which employs carrier sense multiple access with collision
All data to be passed across an Ethernet is encapsulated in an Ethernet frame, which
is broadcast on the network. Each network station listens to
the Ethernet network, and reads all frames addressed
to it, as well as broadcast frames that are addressed
to all stations.
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