Category: Types of Network Topology

G.fast

August 13, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified August 13, 2016

G.fast

G.fast is a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) protocol standard for local loops of less than 500 m, with performance targets between the 150 Mbit / s and 1 Gbit / s, depending on the run length. High speeds are achieved only over short loops. Although G.fast was originally designed for loops shorter than 250 meters, Scipio in early 2015 nearly 500 meters and the European Union G.fast showed deliver speeds of over 100 megabits

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Star Topology

May 18, 2016 by afaqahmad

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Last modified June 1, 2016

Star Topology:-

Star Topology In the local area network and a star topology, each network host is connected to a central hub with a point to point connection. So we can say that each computer is connected indirectly to help others every node and hub. Each node in this topology (computer workstation or any other peripheral device) is connected to a called hub, router, or switch the central node. Switch is in the client-server and peripherals end. Network

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Logical topology

May 18, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified May 18, 2016

Logical topology

Topology or signal topology, the control of devices on a computer network and how they communicate. How devices are connected to the network via the actual data or cables to transmit the physical structure of the network, the physical topology. Physical topology determines how the systems are physically connected. Represents the physical design of the devices on the network. The logical topology determines how to communicate the systems

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Grid network

May 18, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified May 18, 2016

Grid network

A grid network is a computer network that consists of a number (computer) system connected in a grid topology. In a regular grid topology, each node in the network that two neighbors along one or more dimensions. If the network and the one-dimensional chain of nodes is connected to form a circular loop, the resulting topology is known as a ring. Network systems such as FDDI use of two counter-rotating token-passing ring in order

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Mesh Topology

May 14, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified May 18, 2016

Mesh Topology

Mesh Topology A Mesh Topology is a network topology in which each node passes data through the network. All mesh nodes cooperate in the distribution of data across the network. Mesh networks can forward messages with the aid of a flood technique or a routing technique. With routing, the message is conveyed along a path by hopping from node to node until it reaches its destination. To ensure the availability of all its roads, the

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Ethernet Network Topologies

April 12, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified May 18, 2016

Ethernet Network Topologies:-

LANs take a lot of topological configurations, but regardless of size or complexity, all of which will be a combination of just three fundamental interconnection structures or network modules. The simplest structure is the point-to-point interconnection figure: Example Point-to-point interconnection. Only two network units are involved, and the compound or DTE to DTE DTE to DCE or DCE-to-DCE. The cable in point-to-point

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Packet Formation

April 6, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified April 12, 2016

Packet Formation:-

Packet Formation The Packet Formation also referred to as the IEEE path (as opposed to the Ethernet-road) is of a design guideline for Ethernet computer networks with regard to the number of repeaters and segments at shared access Ethernet backbones in a tree topology. Means that in a collision domain must be a maximum of 5 segments tied together with four repeaters 3 segments active channels (ie terminals).<br

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Windows remote desktop

March 30, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified April 4, 2016

Windows remote desktop:-

Windows Remote Desktop

History     Version 4.0     Version 5.0     Version 5.1     Version 5.2     Version 6.0     Version 6.1     Version 7.0     Version 7.1     Version 8.0     Version 8.1     Version 10.0     Features     Non-Microsoft Implementations

Windows remote desktop is a proprietary protocol from Microsoft, which create a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network. The user makes use of RDP client software for this purpose, while the other computer RDP server software must be performed. Clients exist for most versions of Microsoft Windows (including Windows Mobile), Linux, Unix, OS X, iOS, Android and other operating systems. RDP

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Load balancing (computing)

March 29, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified April 1, 2016

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Load balancing

Internet-based services     Round-robin DNS     Client-Side Random Load Balancing     Server-side load Balancers     Use in the telecommunications     Shortest Path Bridging

In computing, load balancing distributes workloads across multiple computing resources, such as computers, a computer cluster, network links, CPUs or disks. Load balancing is to optimize resource utilization, maximize throughput, minimize response time and avoid overloading a single source. The use of multiple components with load balancing instead of a single component can increase the reliability and availability

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Internet Backbone

March 25, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified March 28, 2016

Internet Backbone:-

Internet Backbone

Distributed Backbone     Collapsed Backbone     Parallel Backbone     Serial Backbone

An Internet Network or  Backbone Network is part of a network computer that connects multiple network devices, providing a path for the exchange of information between different LANs or subnets. A backbone can tie together diverse networks in the same building, in different buildings in a campus environment, or over wide areas. Normally, the backbone capacity is larger than the connected network.<br

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Network socket

February 22, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified February 22, 2016

A network socket is an endpoint of a connection via a computer network. Today, most communication between computers is based on the Internet Protocol; Therefore, most network sockets will be Internet sockets. More precisely, a socket is a handle (abstract reference) that can pass through a local program to the networking application (API) in order to use the compound, for

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What is a Network Operating System?

February 11, 2016 by afaqahmad

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Last modified February 11, 2016

Unlike operating systems, including Windows designed for single users on a single computer network operating systems (NOS) command to coordinate the activities of multiple computers on a network. The network operating system acts as a director to keep running the network. The two main types of network operating systems are: • Peer to Peer • Client / Server Nearly all modern networks are a combination of both

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