Reliability - fundamentals of networks , Computer Networking

Reliability

Reliability  is the measure of how  often  a network is usable. MTSF( Mean time  Between Failure) is a measure of the average time  a component  is expected to operate between  failures. Normally provided by the manufacturer. A network failure can be hardware data transmission medium  and  network operating systems.

 

 

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