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# Bus Network Topology

The Computer and Networks solution from Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides examples, templates and vector stencils library with symbols of local area network (LAN) and wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment.
Use it to draw the physical and logical network topology diagrams for wired and wireless computer communication networks.
Create your bus network topology diagrams using the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM.

## 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.
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.

## Hotel Network Topology Diagram

Hotel Network Topology Diagram - The Computer and Networks solution from Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides examples, templates and vector stencils library with symbols of local area network (LAN) and wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment.
Use it to draw the physical and logical network topology diagrams for wired and wireless computer communication networks.
Create Network Topology Diagram

## Network Topologies

Running your own business or working for some company as IT specialist, one day you definitely face the need of connecting all network and computer devices existing on this enterprise's balance sheet. Especially once this company grows you need more stuff and so elements of network such as laptops, servers, scanners, printers, fax machines, telephones, routers, so you definitely have to make network topology flowchart to arrange it all correctly to connect it with each other. In this case to use ConceptDraw DIAGRAM as a tool to make your topology diagram is the best decision ever! Test how simple it is to use our samples to create your diagrams in a short term! Whether you need to make logical or physical topologies you can always use the service of our software and with help of libraries to design whatever you need. The basic topologies types are: ring, mesh, bus, star, tree or fully connected one, and its examples are there in Solutions waiting for you on this site to use it all. Check it out and enjoy simplicity of using this application right now!
Create Network Topology Diagram

## Network Diagram Software. LAN Network Diagrams. Physical Office Network Diagrams

ConceptDraw Network Diagramming Software with examples of WAN, LAN Diagrams. ConceptDraw Network Diagram is ideal for network engineers and network designers who need to draw Local Area Network diagrams, physical office network diagrams and Diagram for LAN.
How to Draw a Computer Network

## Home area networks (HAN). Computer and Network Examples

A Home Area Networks (HAN) is a type of local area network that is used in an individual home. The home computers can be connected together by twisted pair or by a wireless network. HAN facilitates the communication and interoperability among digital devices at the home, allows to easier access to the entertainments and increase the productivity, organize the home security.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the home network diagram.

## Computer Network Diagrams

Computer Network Diagrams solution extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software with samples, templates and libraries of vector icons and objects of computer network devices and network components to help you create professional-looking Computer Network Diagrams, to plan simple home networks and complex computer network configurations for large buildings, to represent their schemes in a comprehensible graphical view, to document computer networks configurations, to depict the interactions between network's components, the used protocols and topologies, to represent physical and logical network structures, to compare visually different topologies and to depict their combinations, to represent in details the network structure with help of schemes, to study and analyze the network configurations, to communicate effectively to engineers, stakeholders and end-users, to track network working and troubleshoot, if necessary.

## WLAN

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Wireless Networks Solution gives the ability to its users to create professional looking WLAN schemes and diagrams quick and easy.

## Graphic Technologies

Graphics Technology looks at how to communicate graphically, develop ability to create graphical presentations for varied needs, understand standards and special conventions, develop specific techniques and build an understanding of the impact of graphical presentation on society.

If you want to use effective methods for your work, you may need a tool which may let you represent your ideas and goals in graphic way.

## Campus Area Networks (CAN). Computer and Network Examples

A campus network provides wireless access to the Internet or LAN to users located in two or more buildings or in the open space surrounding those buildings. A campus network is usually set in the campus of a university, but the same kind of planning and design can be applied for other purposes. For example, the campus network can used for an office or industrial park, in a public place like a supermarket with an entertainment center, even on a farm. Another form of temporary campus network can exist during special events such as music festivals or rallies.
The elementary campus networks arise spontaneously: the radio signals from the access points, which provide network inside the building are not limited to its walls, so any user in the backyard can also get wireless network access. The larger and more complex campus network may have additional access points in places specially chosen for serving clients, i.e., on the lawn in front of the college or in a coffee shop around the corner.