Topology (Layout)The way in which the devices are interconnected is known as topologyBus TopologyAll devices on the network are connected to a single continuous cable.Transmission from any station travels the length of the bus in both directions and is received by all other stations.The main advantage of bus topology is that it is quite easy to set up.Further, if one station on the LAN fails, it will not affect the rest of the networkData transmission is possible in one direction onlyThe breakdown of any one station on the ring can disable the entire LAN.Star TopologyIn a star topology, the central node is often the master.Each of the other nodes is joined to the master by separate links. It cannot handle large traffic as every transaction has to pass through the central node.However, if one node fails, it will not affect the network.
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