Define bridges, Computer Network Security

 

Bridges perform both in the data link layers and physical of LANs of same kind. They split a bigger network in to smaller segments. They have logic that accept them to store the traffic for every segment separate and thus are repeaters that transfer a frame only the side of the segment having the control congestion and intended recipient.

 

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