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Question 1: [5]
For six devices in a network, what is the number of cable links required for a mesh, ring,
and star and bus topology?
Question 2: [5]
Draw a hybrid topology with a ring backbone connecting two bus backbones each bus
backbone connecting three star networks.
Question 3: [5]
Suppose we want to build a small network in schoolbuilding, which topology you will
prefer and why? Explain your answer with solid reasons.

Video of solution will be uploaded soon

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Please Discuss here about this assignment.Thanks

Hey, you are wrong about Mesh Topology

correct it

Question 1: [5] For six devices in a network, what is the number of cable links required for a mesh, ring, and star and bus topology?
Mesh Tepology:

Ring topology:

Star topology:

Bus Topology:

Question 2: [5]
Draw a hybrid topology with a ring backbone connecting two bus backbones each bus
backbone connecting three star networks.

Question 3: [5]
Suppose we want to build a small network in school building, which topology you will
prefer and why? Explain your answer with solid reasons.
Answer: For school network we will prefer the Star topology because it is efficient and fast. Lets see why we are preferring this topology in our school.
1. Easy to install
2. Easy to maintain as compare to other topologies
3. If we want to install a system it will take only 1 minute
4. Not costly as compare to other topologies
5. If a system is down our network will not diatribe as compare to bus and star topologies.

LINK is defined as:
anything that physically connects two adjacent nodes

e.g: cables, wires etc


CS601's IDEA SOLUTION is wrong because it contain N(N-1) for mesh topology while its formula is {N(N-1)}/2


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