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Hybrid Network Topologies

November 4, 2014 at 7:09 am
Ilja Zegars
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Hybrid Network Topologies

Modern networks rarely rely on pure topologies like bus, ring, or star. Most common solutions use hybrid topologies, which are combinations of features from those three.   Star-Wired Ring As it is clear from the name, star-wired ring topology has features of star and ring topologies. You can see example of this topology from Figure 1. In this figure, purple wires represent physical ...

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Defining Network Logical Topologies

November 4, 2014 at 7:03 am
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Defining Network Logical Topologies

Unlike physical topology, logical topology does not exist in a physical form. It is a map of the logical paths that data takes, and it is not necessarily follow the physical routes. Bus logical topology is the most common logical solution for the bus, star, or star-wired bus physical topologies. This logics can be defined, as data from one device travels ...

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Differences between Circuit, Packet and MPLS switching

November 4, 2014 at 6:59 am
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Differences between Circuit, Packet and MPLS switching

What are differences between Circuit, Packet and MPLS switching?¬†Switching is a process of determining of the logical path, how data would travel between sender and receiver. Three main methods, that are commonly used in modern networks are: circuit switching, packet switching, and multiprotocol label switching.   Circuit Switching Main feature of the circuit switching, is the connection that is being established before any ...

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Types of Backbone Networks

November 4, 2014 at 6:45 am
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Types of Backbone Networks

Backbone part of the network is a core of the network with its high throughput capability and significant bandwidth. It is made for the ability of network to communicate with external networks (like Internet). It is a root of the network tree, that has rest of the network growing from it.   Serial Backbone Serial backbone is formed of two or more devices ...

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Application Layer Protocols

November 4, 2014 at 6:37 am
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Application Layer Protocols

TCP/IP is using some of the Application layer protocols in addition to Transport and Internet layer protocols. Those protocols are used for transforming user requests to network friendly format through the TCP or UDP with IP.   Telnet It is protocol used for remote login through the TCP/IP. It is using port 23 for the connection and behavior on the remote machine is ...

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What is DDNS (Dynamic DNS)

November 4, 2014 at 6:00 am
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What is DDNS (Dynamic DNS)

What is DDNS (Dynamic DNS) and what it is used for? DNS is used for host location and can be used effectively for that purpose, when the IP is of the host is relatively constant (static). However, nowadays, due to impossibility to assign static IP for every device in the network, most users are using dynamic IP subscription from their network ...

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