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Re: Re (2): Linux hub

>---- Original Message ----
>From: bss@iguanasuicide.net
>To: owens@netptc.net
>Subject: Re: Re (2): Linux hub
>Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2010 18:45:33 -0500
>>In <[🔎] 380-2201091623840406@netptc.net>, owens@netptc.net wrote:
>>>>---- Original Message ----
>>>>From: bss@iguanasuicide.net
>>>>>In <[🔎] 380-22010905162433906@netptc.net>, owens@netptc.net wrote:
>>>>>>>---- Original Message ----
>>>>>>>From: peasthope@shaw.ca
>>>>>>>>From:	"PT M." <pentie@gmail.com>
>>>>>>>>Quoting from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_switch,
>>>>>>>>"Switches may operate at one or more OSI layers, including
>>>>>>>>data link, network, or transport (i.e., end-to-end)."
>>>>>>Lots of terminology confusion.  It used to be hubs were at level
>>>>>>switches at level 2, routers at level 3 and gateways above level
>>>>>TL;DR: That's an over-simplification or a case of nostalgia.
>>>I'm not disagreeing with you in practice but many years ago these
>>>WERE the definitions the ITU and ISO dealt with.
>>I love to see an actual ISO or ITU document that provides a
>>definition of the any of those terms.  Since you are claiming such a
>>exists, perhaps you could provide a URL, ISBN, or other reference?
>>Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.                   ,= ,-_-. =.
>>bss@iguanasuicide.net                   ((_/)o o(\_))
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I'll see if I can dig up a reference.  Remember this was in the 80s.

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