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Re: Does only decimal system work for data rate specification?

thanks for the info.

At 09:07 AM 09-12-99 -0800, JR Rivers wrote:

>For informational purposes only :-)....
>802.3ad specifies a mechanism for aggregating multiple similar speed
>ethernet links into a single "aggregate port".  Customers use this today to
>provide performance scaling when they don't want to upgrade to the next
>higher speed ethernet.  In some cases, customers use a single bundle of
>copper to transport both physical ports, and it seems that some clever
>implementer or could design a way for customers to use WDM to transport the
>parallel paths over a single fiber.