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    Can someone help with the following questions I have done some research on the internet and found different meanings so I am looking for something different from the internet posting. I know what each of the following devices are however I am looking for how they deffer.

    What is the difference between a hub and a layer 2 switch? What are the differences between a bridge and a switch?

    What is the difference between a single-cell and a multiple-cell wireless LAN?

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    A hub is a device that connects multiple Ethernet devices together to form a network segment and it works at the Layer 1 (Physical) of the OSI model while a Layer 2 switch is a device that routes and processes data on the network at the Layer 2 (Data Link) of the OSI ...

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