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What type of ethernet topology is used in the switches

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A switch does essentially what a hub does but more efficiently. By paying attention to the traffic that comes across it, it can "learn" where particular addresses are. For example, if it sees traffic from machine A coming in on port 2, it now knows that machine A is connected to that port and that traffic to machine A needs to only be sent to that port and not any of the others. The net result of using a switch over a hub is that most of the network traffic only goes where it needs to rather than to every port. On busy networks this can make the network significantly faster.

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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Switches, hubs or routers typically are used in a star topology connection, so if one device fail everything else is still working. Everithing is managed inside but not like a bus topology system. You may need to use a tree topology in some case, keeping in mind the consequence of a failure.

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WHAT ETHERNET TOPOLOGY IS USED IN SWITCHES


Switches, hubs or routers typically are used in a star topology connection, so if one device fail everything else is still working. Everithing is managed inside but not like a bus topology system. You may need to use a tree topology in some case, keeping in mind the consequence of a failure.

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  1. $100 ({n(n-1)}/2)
  2. $50 (n links)
  3. 3 (number of pcs/2)
  4. 1 (in any hub topologyonly one pair would commm. at a time)
  5. Bus ( $40 n-1 links)
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