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Networking Topology

Learning Objective:

· Understand the networking and the linking of device in various modes.

· Detail knowledge of various topology

Introduction:

Networking is the need of every organization. Whether it is a small office or big cubical, school or college computer lab or satellite system, the use of networking is undeniable. You can use the networking structure to manage your own workstation at your place. You can even create your remote networking for a group task where you and your friends can use the same data flow simultaneously. You must have experienced it in your school where the system administrator crates a proper network in your computer lab. For detail see Networking Topology

Activity 1:

Harry need to make a mesh topology including six devices. He is confused as how many cables he uses to make a perfect network. Help him to draw the diagram with suitable numbers of nodes and cables.

Activity: Help Harry by making an optimal network.

Learning Objective: To understand the number of nodes and cables needed for a topology.

Statement: A topology is a network architecture that enables various devices in a link for a geometric representation.

Main activity: To help harry by making a Mesh topology on behalf of him. Students can complete the activity on copy.

Plenary Extension: To help students to have a broad idea about network topology.

Statement via Network Topology

Resource Required: Pen and Pencil

Activity 1:Harry need to make a mesh topology including six devices. He is confused as how many cables he uses to make a perfect network. Help him to draw the diagram with suitable numbers of nodes and cables.
Total no. of cables required = n(n-1)/2

Where n=number of devices.

So, harry needs = 6 (6-1)/2 cables

= 15 cables.

Number of ports required = n-1 I/O ports

Where I/O is the input/output

So, harry needs = 6-1 I/O ports

=5 I/O ports

Assignment 2: Sherry is an intern and his boss told him to make a hybrid network that contains one star backbone and three ring backbones. Can you help Sherry to draw the hybrid topology as that he can complete his work on time?

Activity: Help Sherry to draw a hybrid topology that contains one star topology and three ring topology.

Learning Object: To understand how a hybrid topology is made.

Statement: A topology is a network architecture that enables various devices in a link for a geometric representation.

Main Activity: Helping Sherry by creating a hybrid typology on behalf of him. Students can complete the assignment on the copy.

Plenary Extension: To help students to have a broad idea of network architecture.

Statement Via Network Topology

Resource Required: Pen or pencil

Sherry is an intern and his boss told him to make a hybrid network that contains one star backbone and three ring backbones. Can you help Sherry to draw the hybrid topology as that he can complete his work on time?
Assignment 3: Amelia is a network architecture and his office requires a hybrid topology that contains one bus typology in which two bus backbones are connected with ring topology separately and both the ring topologies are also connected to each other.

Activity: Help Amelia to draw a hybrid topology that contains one bus topology and two ring topology where these two ring topologies are attached with two separate bus backbones and also to each other.

Amelia is a network architecture and his office requires a hybrid topology that contains one bus typology in which two bus backbones are connected with ring topology separately and both the ring typology are also connected to each other.
Learning Object: To understand how a hybrid topology is made.

Statement: A topology is a network architecture that enables various devices in a link for a geometric representation.

Main Activity: Helping Ameliaby creating a hybrid typology on behalf of him. Students can complete the assignment on the copy.

Plenary Extension: To help students to have a broad idea of network architecture.

Statement Via Network Topology

Resource Required: Pen or pencil

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