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By Ata Elahi

This thorough primer examines the technological features of networking via a realistic strategy. Readers will study neighborhood region networks (LANs), huge region networks (WANs), the web, instant LANs, instant MANs, voice over IP (VoIP), in addition to asynchronous move mode (ATM) and community protection. Introductory chapters on foundational issues, comparable to info communications and computing device structure provide readers the data base they should comprehend extra advanced networking innovations. This publication successfully makes use of a realistic method of networking instead of a strict specialize in concept or math, and calls for no previous history in communications expertise.

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Ring d. mesh 7. In a topology, all stations are connected in cascade. a. star c. tree b. bus 8. A topology is a combination of different topologies con­ nected together by a backbone cable. a. star c. bus b. ring d. hybrid 9. The network topology that uses a hub is ___. a. ring c. star b. bus d. mesh 10. The type of topology that uses multi-point connections is a _ __ a. bus c. ring b. star d. full mesh 16 • CHAPTER 1 11. A fully connected network with five stations requires ___' a. 5 c. 20 b. 10 d.

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