From a youtube video I came to know of the following things
- All machines connected to a HUB are a part of a single collision domain.
- All machines connected to a SWITCH are a part of a single broadcast domain.
It also mentioned that a SWITCH can handle a full duplex cable while a HUB can handle only half duplex cable.
Is a "full-duplex" twisted pair cable physically different from a "half-duplex" twisted pair cable? If yes how is it different?
Also I have read that Ethernet 10/100 is broadcast while Ethernet 1G and 10G is point-to-point. How does these tie in with above ideas?