A hub contains a single collision domain and a single broadcast domain, regardless of the number of ports on the hub.
Is bridge a collision domain?
A bridge typically creates separate collision domains within the same broadcast domain. If you take a bridge with 2 ports, each port connects to a LAN segment that is in its …own collision domain. Therefore, for a 2 port bridge you will get 2 different collision domains.
What breaks up collision domains and broadcast domains?
On shared-media networks (i.e. hubs or pure ethernets), routers break up broadcast domains and bridges break up collision domains. Routers also break up collision domains. O…n switched networks, routers break up broadcast domains, and every switch port is its own separate collision domain.
What network device segments a Lan into a broadcast domain?
Switch Description: Network Switch a device that seperates the Broadcast domain of a LAN segment from other segments.