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Running head: ASSIGNMENT - LAN TOPOLOGIES 1 Assignment - LAN Topologies Lori Babler IT240 January 16, 2011 Farooq Afzal
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ASSIGNMENT - LAN TOPOLOGIES 2 Assignment - LAN Topologies 11. Your network consists of four servers. Each server has three NICs. Server A is connected to servers B, C, and D. Server B is attached to C and D. Server C is attached to server D. No hub is used. All cabling is CAT 3 UTP crossover cables. What is your physical topology? Server B Server A Server C Server D My answer to this question is D Mesh Topology however, because each server is not necessarily connected all three others, B to A, D to C, C to B or C to A, I would consider this to be a modified Mesh Topology. Mesh Topology does not involve the use of a center point of access like a hub or a switch. 12 . Your network consists of a 24-port bridge, two servers, and 15 workstations. Each computer interfaces with the bridge using its own segment of CAT 5 twisted-pair cable, which is terminated at both ends with RJ-45 connectors. What type of physical topology do you have?
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