How much data can be encapsulated into a normal sized Ethernet frame before it is sent over the network?
- 64 to 1518 bytes
- 0 to 1024 bytes
- 46 to 1500 bytes
- 32 to 1500 bytes
Explanation: According to the Ethernet standards, each Ethernet frame can carry 46 to 1500 bytes of user data. During the encapsulation process, other fields are added, such as destination MAC address, source MAC address, and FCS. The size of Ethernet frames is normally limited to a maximum of 1518 bytes and a minimum of 64 bytes.
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