I seem to keep screwing up practice questions that have network diagrams and you have to identify the number of collision and broadcast domains. Is there an easy way to tackle this type of question?
I've tried using this approach:
Count each interface on the router as 1 collision domain and 1 broadcast domain.
Count each connected interface (including interfaces between switches and routers) on a switch as a collision domain and unless VLANS are used, count each switch as a broadcast domain. If VLANS are used count1 broadcast domain per VLAN.
Count 1 collision domain and 1 broadcast domain for each hub
Is this the correct logic? Like I said, I always seem to get the number of collision or broadcast domains wrong. I suspect becuase the way the design is interconnected; hence my question on a way to consistently get the right answer.