Bus networks are not really used in modern networks because they involve great complexity and are subject to errors. Bus topologies are usually built using coaxial cables and they use a single main link that aggregates all nodes on the network, as shown in Figure 17.7 below:
Figure 17.7 – Bus Topology
The main advantage of a Bus topology is that any station can easily connect to the network. However . . .
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