2) What is the relationship between a base station and a mobile switching center?
3) What are the functions of a mobile switching center?
4) What is the difference between a hard handoff and a soft handoff?
5) How is a repeater different from an amplifier?
6) What do we mean when we say that a switch can filter traffic? Why is filtering important?
7) What is the basis for membership in an VLAN?
8) How does a VLAN reduce network traffic?
9) Which one has more overhead, a switch or a router? Explain your answer.
10) A switch uses a filtering table; a router uses a routing table. Can you explain the difference?
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