Understanding traffic flows across topologies can help with the design and troubleshooting of our networks. In this video, you’ll learn about topologies such as mesh, bus, ring, star, and hybrid networks.
Which of these best describes a bus topology?
Which topology was often seen on early local area networks, has a very simple structure, but is prone to errors that can affect large parts of the topology at one time?
Ethernet is one of the most common network types, and it would be very unusual to find any network that doesn’t have Ethernet. What kind of topology is most often found with Ethernet networks?
Which network method uses light to communicate between devices?
What network topology is the primary type used in most large and small networks, and connects everything on the network directly to a central device?
Which of these network and topology types would best categorize a MPLS network?