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This question from a colleage:
Attempting to "translate" some material from an Exam Prep book for A+
Certification for Computer Technician:
The context is hardware for computer networks
What is a "smart multistation access unit"? From the definitions found
a "multistation access unit" is the "central hub for
IBM-computer-station Token Ring networks". What does the "smart" do for
I told my frustrated colleague that I could possibly get a response
back from this list...If you are familiar with the term, it'd be