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While talking about star topology, its worth noting that both [10BaseT] and [100BaseT] over an unswitched network might present a star topology physically, they are actually a bus topology as far as ethernet is concerned - all traffic is rebroadcast to all other nodes. If they are used in a SwitchedEthernet then they are a star topology.
100BaseT can either be run over Category 3 [UTP] cable by using all four pairs, or much more commonly over Category 5 cable, only using two pairs. (The infamous "Cat-5").
Q: ''What does full duplex
100BaseT classify as?''%%%