actually when a frame sent by a system having a possibility of colliding with frame sent by another system or domain..in switch every port is a collison domain.what does it mean.is every port having a chance of colliding with another pc frame
Lets say the pc connected to a switchport is sending frame & at the sametime a frame came to this pc on the same port. In this case, the 2 frames collide, but it doesnt impact any other pc's connected to the switch. thus each port is called a collision domain. You can overcome this with full-duplex configuration on switchport. With full-duplex, each port can send & recv simultaneously.
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