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In a windows 2003 server network discuss several devices such as: repeaters, routers, hubs, and gateways. Where do these devices fit in the OSI reference model?

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Hubs and repeaters are fairly simple, 'non-intelligent' devices:
whatever comes in on one port, gets amplified and send out to ALL other ports, so any network transmission 'fills up/flows into' ALL cable-segments of the network, so only ONE network connection can be active at a time on the complete network !

Gateway: device sitting at a network node for interfacing with another network that uses different protocols. Works on OSI layers 4 to 7.

Router: a ...

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Hubs and repeaters are embedded.

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