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Ethernet é baseada na ideia de pontos da rede enviando mensagens, no que é essencialmente semelhante a um sistema de rádio, cativo entre um cabo comum ou canal, às vezes chamado de éter (no original, ether). Isto é uma referência oblíqua ao éter luminífero, meio através do qual os físicos do século XIX acreditavam que a luz viajasse. [1]Cada ponto tem uma chave de 48 bits

Ethernet packets with less than the minimum 64 bytes for an Ethernet packet (header + user data + FCS) are padded to 64 bytes, which means that if there's less than 64-(14+4) = 46 bytes of user data, extra padding data is added to the packet. Beware: the minimum Ethernet packet size is commonly mentioned at 64 bytes, which is including the FCS.

Ethernet over twisted pair technologies use twisted-pair cables for the physical layer of an Ethernet computer network. They are a subset of all Ethernet physical layers. Early Ethernet used various grades of coaxial cable, but in 1984, StarLAN showed the potential of simple unshielded twisted pair. This led to the development of 10BASE-T and its successors 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T and 10GBASE-T, …