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A group of 12 scientists are going to conduct a research about the germs like Ebola, dangi etc. These scientists are supposed to travel from one location to another in their research study. When they will find the outcomes, research will be shared to the entire scientist’s community in the world.
In order to work efficiently and quickly they are going to build a computer network. Some characteristics of their network are given:
Keeping all the above points in your mind, which type of network topology you will suggest for the group of scientists? Briefly explain with solid reasons.
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Star topology i will suggest for the group of scientists because:
Every workstation is indirectly connected to every other through the central computer. Centralized management of the network, through the use of the central computer, hub, or switch.
If one computer on the network fails, the rest of the network continues to function normally.
The star network topology works well when workstations are at scattered points. It is easy to add or remove workstations.