Explain monitor stations of token passing, Computer Networking

Monitor Stations

  • Lost tokens - timer is issued each time a frame or token is generated
  • If no frame is received in time period new token is generated by a monitor station
  • Orphan frames effects if a sending station neglects to remove a used data frame from the ring
  • Monitor sets a bit in the AC field in every frame as frame passes bit is set if the frame passes again the monitor discards and will remove it and generate a new token


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