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compare and contrastst the differnce between ATM and Gigabit ethernet

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1. What are the similarities between ATM and Gigabit ethernet
2. The differnce between ATM and Gigabit ethernet
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Useful things to consider could include:

Media
Speed
Transmission unit
Broadcast behaviour

You could find some important clues if you read up on LANE (LAN Emulation) under ATM.

(Our network includes both, so I *could* just answer the question as asked.  But I agree with Tim that it sounds like homework.)

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I suppose there's no harm pointing out where the books are, so to speak:

Look at www.webopedia.com.
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