Complete Network Topology
Network Topology refers to layout of a network. How different nodes in a network are connected to each other and how they communicate is determined by the network's topology.
Network Topology refers to layout of a network and how different nodes in a network are connected to each other and how they communicate. Topologies are either physical (the physical layout of devices on a network) or logical (the way that the signals act on the network media, or the way that the data passes through the network from one device to the next).
Network topology recognizes eight basic topologies:
- Point-to-point Topology,
- Bus Topology,
- Star Topology,
- Ring or circular Topology,
- Mesh Topology,
- Tree Topology,
- Hybrid Topology,
- Daisy chain Topology.
Example 1. Complete Network Topology
This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the Computer and Networks solution from Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
This sample shows the complete network topology or fully connected network topology.
A complete (fully connected) topology is a network topology in which there is a direct link between all pairs of nodes. In a fully connected network with n nodes, there are n(n-1)/2 direct links. Networks designed with this topology are usually very expensive to set up, but provide a high degree of reliability due to the multiple paths for data that are provided by the large number of redundant links between nodes.
Use the predesigned objects, templates and samples of the Computer and Networks Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM to create your own professional Computer Network Diagrams quick and easy.
Example 2. Computer and Networks Solution
The Computer Network Diagrams produced with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, and converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio).
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This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Digital Communication Network diagram.
Picture: Digital Communications Network. Computer and Network Examples
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Here you will see a Metropolitan Area Network (MAN). This is an extensive network which occupies a large territory including a few buildings or even the whole city. The space of the MAN is bigger than LAN, but lower than WAN. MAN comprise a lot of communication equipment and delivers the Internet connection to the LANs in the city area. Computer and Networks solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM provides a set of libraries with ready-to-use vector objects to design various kinds of computer networks.
Picture: Metropolitan area networks (MAN). Computer and Network Examples
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Picture: Basic CCTV System Diagram. CCTV Network Diagram Example
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This image represents the School layout library that is supplied with ConceptDraw School and Training Plans solution. The library contains a set of vector graphic objects that will be in help while drawing a layout of classroom. Any lecturer desires to organize the layout of the classroom for the best student advantage. Students must be focused and be engaged in the learning process. The classroom places organization is an important element of a students learning. It is significant for a lecturer to set up a classroom layout and change it time to time to support lectures, to invoke disputes or solve any organizational issues. By using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM you can easily plan how to re-arrange the desks in the class room to maintain visual control of your class and build a friendly environment in the classroom.
Picture: Building Drawing Software for Design School Layout
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This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the VoIP Network.
Picture: Network VOIP. Computer and Network Examples
Computer networks nowadays are spread all across the world. The large number of parameters, such as geographic scale or communication protocols, can divide networks. One of the most common types of networks is called local area network (LAN). It convenient to represent network examples by means of diagrams.
This local area network (LAN) diagram provides an easy way to see the way the devices in a local network are interacted. The diagram uses a library containing specific symbols to represent network equipment , media and the end-user devices such as computers (PC, mac, laptop) , network printer, hubs, server and finally a modem. There are two types of network topologies: physical and logical. The current diagram represents precisely a physical type of LAN topology because it refers to the physical layout of a local network equipment.
Picture: Local area network (LAN). Computer and Network Examples
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Use ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with UML deployment diagram templates, samples and stencil library from Rapid UML solution to model the physical deployment of artifacts on nodes of your software system.
Picture: UML Deployment Diagram
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ConceptDraw has 1004 vector stencils in the 40 libraries that helps you to start using software for designing own Network Diagrams. You can use the appropriate stencils from Computer and Network Diagrams library with 56 objects.
Picture: Design Element: Computer and Networkfor Network Diagrams
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This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. It shows the Enterprise Private Network (EPN) using the frame-relay and dial-up.
Picture: EPN Frame-Relay and Dial-up Network. Computer and Network Examples