I came across this topic in a Cisco Press book, LAN Switching. I was wrong in my previous message.
The book reads:
"Ethernet imposes limits on how many workstations can attach to a cable. These constraints arise from electrical considerations. As the number of transceivers attached to a cable increases, the cable impedance changes and creates electrical reflections in the system. If the impedance changes too much, the collisoin detection process fails."
Next the book advises not to put more than 100 hosts for 10Base5 network and only 30 max for 10base2 systems.
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