A common LAN network topology used in modern networks is the Star topology. This design is used in all sizes of networks and involves all network devices having a direct connection to a central concentrator device that passes the data flows between all other nodes, as illustrated in Figure 17.6 below:
Figure 17.6 – Star Topology
Ethernet networks are a good example of this topology, as they use central switches . . .
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