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Refer to the exhibit. The network design shown below describes two areas divided by a router. An unknown device is introduced and causes different behavior in each area. What statement is accurate related to the device and the area? (Choose three.)
Network Device in Area 1 is a switch
Area 1 has a Layer 1 device
Network Device in Area 1 is a hub
Network Device in Area 2 is a switch
Network Device in Area 2 is a hub
Area 2 has a Layer 1 device
Breaking up a large network into a number of smaller ones is called network segmentation and is achieved using different network devices, such as routers, switches and bridges. By default, routers break up broadcast domains and collision domains. By default switches break up collision domains, but maintain a single broadcast domain. Hubs which are Layer 1 devices do not segment the network, but produce one large collision and broadcast domain.
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