In a Token Ring network, a lobe or wiring concentrator that physically connects computers and other devices to the ring. Relays in the MAU provide for physical insertion to, and detachment from, the ring.
A device on a token-ring LAN that acts as a wiring concentrator.
A centralized hub used in token ring networks to connect stations. Also called CAU.
A central hub in a token ring local area network.
A hub, also known as a passive hub or a wiring concentrator, that is used to attach nodes to a Token Ring network.
A hub in a IBM Token-Ring network. Each unit supports up to eight workstations an servers and can be connected to either hub to create large networks. Go Top