Network topologies- -fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking

Network Topologies

Topology is study  of the  arrangement or  mapping of  the elements links nodes etc,  of a network especially the physical and logical inter connections between  nodes.

  1. Bus Topology
  2. Ring Topology
  3. Star Topology
  4. Tree Topology
  5. Mesh Topology
  6. Hybrid Topology
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