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Re: 802.1q and 10mb/s ethernet posted 02/17/2006
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>802.1q is physically a larger frame type right?

An 802.1Q header addes 4 bytes.  It goes from 1518 to 1522.

James

Darren Pedley wrote:

  Hi,
  
  A little off ccie topic but....
  
  802.1q is physically a larger frame type right?  (or is that ISL?), which means you need 100 full duplex or something right?
  
  Does somebody have a good understanding of this?  and perhaps options which may be available if only 10mb/s is available.
  
  Ta
  
  Darren
  
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