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Hubs Hi, I'm currently studying Comptia A+ N+, there are several Question I would like to ask. I have read over and over my text books but toknow avail, Could you please help? Question 10: You are installing a hub at a small remote office which has no IT staff. Which hub feature would you consider for this application? Active, Passive or Intelligent. Regards, Billy

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  • billyb24_7 Aug 20, 2008

    Thanks again Geordie, Your a god send.



    Rergards,



    Billy

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Intelligent

No IT Staff Make it as simple as possible

Goodluck

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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