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Network Topologies. Objectives. Describe the basic and hybrid LAN physical topologies, and their uses, advantages and disadvantages Describe the backbone structures that form the foundation for most LANs. Simple Physical Topologies. Physical topology: physical layout of nodes on a network
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Organize Topologies

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Objectives Describe the essential and cross breed LAN physical topologies, and their uses, favorable circumstances and disservices Describe the spine structures that frame the establishment for most LANs

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Simple Physical Topologies Physical topology: physical format of hubs on a system Three major shapes: Bus Ring Star May make half and half topologies Topology vital to kind of system, cabling foundation, and transmission media utilized

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Bus Single link interfaces all system hubs without interceding availability gadgets Devices share duty regarding getting information starting with one point then onto the next Terminators stop motions in the wake of achieving end of wire Prevent flag skip Inexpensive, not exceptionally versatile Difficult to investigate, not blame tolerant

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Bus (proceeded)

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Advantages of Bus Topology Works well for little systems Relatively modest to actualize Easy to add to it

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Disadvantages of Bus Topology Management expenses can be high Potential for blockage with system movement

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Ring

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Simple Physical Topologies Physical topology Physical design of a system A Bus topology comprises of a solitary link—called a transport — associating all hubs on a system without mediating network gadgets

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Advantages of Bus Topology Works well for little systems Relatively economical to execute Easy to add to it

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Disadvantages of Bus Topology Management expenses can be high Potential for clog with system movement

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Simple Physical Topologies Ring topology Each hub is associated with the two closest hubs so the whole system frames a circle One strategy for passing information on ring systems is token passing Active topology Each workstation transmits information

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Advantages of Ring Topology Easier to oversee; less demanding to find a flawed hub or link issue Well-suited for transmitting signals over long separations on a LAN Handles high-volume arrange activity Enables solid correspondence

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Disadvantages of Ring Topology Expensive Requires more link and system gear toward the begin Not utilized as broadly as transport topology Fewer hardware choices Fewer choices for development to fast correspondence

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Star

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Simple Physical Topologies Star topology Every hub on the system is associated through a focal gadget

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Star (proceeded with) Any single link associates just two gadgets Cabling issues influence two hubs at most Requires more cabling than ring or transport arranges More blame tolerant Easily moved, disengaged, or interconnected with different systems Scalable Supports max of 1024 addressable hubs on coherent system

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Advantages of Star Topology Good choice for current systems Low startup costs Easy to oversee Offers open doors for extension Most famous topology being used; wide assortment of hardware accessible

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Disadvantages of Star Topology Hub is a solitary purpose of disappointment Requires more link than the transport

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Hybrid Physical Topologies: Star-Wired Ring

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Star-Wired Bus

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Backbone Networks: Serial Backbone Daisy chain: connected arrangement of gadgets Hubs and switches regularly associated in daisy fasten to augment a system Hubs, passages, switches, switches, and scaffolds can frame a portion of spine Extent to which center points can be associated is constrained

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Backbone Networks: Serial Backbone (proceeded)

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Distributed Backbone

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Collapsed Backbone

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Parallel Backbone

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Logical Topologies Logical topology: how information is transmitted between hubs May not coordinate physical topology Bus sensible topology: signals go from one system gadget to every other gadget on system Required by transport, star, star-wired physical topologies Ring consistent topology: signals take after round way amongst sender and beneficiary Required by ring, star-wired ring topologies

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