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Today there are many networks based not only on twisted
-pair cabling, but also on thin-coaxial cabling with BNC connectors. Clearly, there must be a strategy that will allow today's networks to smoothly migrate to Fast Ethernet.
Many companies want to protect their investment in the cabling and connectors they've already installed. These companies should consider auto-sensing network adapters
for their workstations. Such adapters can be used today for 10-Mbps Ethernet (either coaxial or UTP), and they can be used in the future for 100-Mbps Fast
Ethernet. Such auto-sensing cards allow workstations to automatically switch to Fast Ethernet (when, for example, the servers and repeaters are upgraded) without the need for a LAN administrator to pop
open each PC on the network and reconfigure DIP switches on the adapter card.
For those who are ready to install Fast Ethernet today -- and need to do so gradually and keep some
10-Mbps devices -- a number of options exist. Perhaps the simplest is to install a Fast Ethernet adapter in the existing server, alongside the 10-Mbps Ethernet adapter, and use this connection to
support a Fast Ethernet repeater and workstations.
The Fast Ethernet standard is designed to provide flexible solutions for a wide variety of cabling
situations. With the availability of 10/100 adapters, 10/100 adapters with BNC/coaxial support, and 10/100 switches, organizations should be able to migrate in a manner of their choosing