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In communication networks, a topology is a usually schematic description of the arrangement of a network, including its nodes and connecting lines.

A computer network is made of computers which are linked to one another with communication lines (network cables, etc.) and hardware elements (network adapters, as well as other equipment for ensuring that data travels correctly.

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- 1. PRESENTATION ON TOPOLOGY Submitted By Prince kumar kushwaha 0902EC101053
- 2. TOPOLOGY Topology is the arrangement of the various elements of a computer network. In communication networks, a topology is a usually schematic description of the arrangement of a network, including its nodes and connecting lines. A computer network is made of computers which are linked to one another with communication lines (network cables, etc.) and hardware elements (network adapters, as well as other equipment for ensuring that data travels correctly.
- 3. TYPES OF TOPOLOGY 1 Bus topology 2 Star topology 3 Ring topology 4 Tree topology 5 Mesh topology 6 Hybrid topology
- 4. BUS TOPOLOGY In the bus network topology, every workstation is connected to a main cable called the bus. Therefore, in effect, each workstation is directly connected to every other workstation in the network.
- 5. Bus topology
- 6. Star topology In the star network topology, there is a central computer or server to which all the workstations are directly connected. Every workstation is indirectly connected to every other through the central computer.
- 7. Star toplogy
- 8. Ring topology In the ring network topology, the workstations are connected in a closed loop configuration. Adjacent pairs of workstations are directly connected. Other pairs of workstations are indirectly connected, the data passing through one or more intermediate nodes.
- 9. Ring topology
- 10. Tree topology The tree network topology uses two or more star networks connected together. The central computers of the star networks are connected to a main bus. Thus, a tree network is a bus network of star networks.
- 11. Tree topology
- 12. Mesh topology The mesh network topology employs either of two schemes, called full mesh and partial mesh. In the full mesh topology, each workstation is connected directly to each of the others. In the partial mesh topology, some workstations are connected to all the others, and some are connected only to those other nodes with which they exchange the most data.
- 13. Hybrid topology Hybrid networks use a combination of any two or more topologies in such a way that the resulting network does not exhibit one of the standard topologies (e.g., bus, star, ring, etc.)
- 14. Hybrid topology

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