ArcNet and the Pursuit of Multiple Topologies

From: Pete Turnbull <>
Date: Tue Oct 16 18:40:36 2001

On Oct 16, 9:33, Douglas Quebbeman wrote:
> > Now I'm thinking that the "T" in "10BaseT", "100BaseT4", etc. and the T
> > the line capacities "T-1", "T-2", etc. are the same thing.
> > Is that true?
> I thought the 'T' in 'T1' stood for "trunk", as in trunk line...

That seems very likely, given that it was invented by AT&T in the late
50's/early 60's. I'm fairly sure that's what they used the technology for

Pete						Peter Turnbull
						Network Manager
						University of York
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