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A hub  is a  small box that  connects  individual devices on network  so that  these devices  can  communicate  with each  other. Hub  is an inexpensive device. It is commonly  know as passive  hub  as it  operates below  physical  layer  of OSI  model  and works just as a connector. It is just a  point  where  the signals  coming  from  different  network devices or  terminals copied. A hub  be thought of as the centre of a bicycle wheel  where  the spokes  meet. Hub  is also  named  as concentrator. Hub  is placed  in a network  connecting in  topology format.

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