802.3az is an IEEE standard that offers guidelines for reducing network power consumption. It
Increase Ethernet speeds with 802.3ad processes. The standard defines link aggregation for a wider transmission path and increased redundancy.
An authentication standard, 802.1X, supports improved security over WLANs. Users are identified before they gain access to the network.
The 802.1Q standard defines protocols for Virtual LAN traffic on an Ethernet network. It includes frame-tagging specifications.
802.1p specifies traffic prioritization. Packets are assigned priority for their transmission along a network.
The 802.11n standard supports data rate improvements and WLAN ranges. This successor to 820.11g includes MIMO technology.
IEEE 802.1D is the Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges standard which includes the Spanning Tree. STP works to prevent bridge loops on the switched LAN.
The 802.11 standard supports data communications security for wireless local area networks. It defines authentication and encryption processes.
Learn about the 802.11g WLAN standard designed for transmissions over short distances. Plan for wireless networking technology.