Types of topologies, Computer Networking

TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF TOPOLOGIES:

LOGICAL TOPOLOGY:

 It is described by the specific network technology.

PHYSICL TOPOLOGY:

It relays on the wiring scheme.

NETWORK INTERFACE CARD AND WIRING SCHEMES:

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Figure 

To allow modifying the wiring without modifying the interface hardware, NICs support multiple wiring methods. it is given in the figure below.

 

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