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  • What is a Token Ring

    How does a token ring work and what is a token ring?

    Mrkennen10 pointsBadges:
  • Network Topology in Different Terrain

    Hi, What types of network topology (e.g., ring, star, bus etc) would you recommend when designing WAN for the following types of terrain: (a) flat terrain (b) hilly terrain What is the reason for choosing such topology? Also what are the recommended WAN technologies to use (e.g. Point-to-Point...

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  • Ethernet Topology: the 10BASE-T standard

    Which topology is used by 10BASE-T Ethernet? Hybrid, Star, Bus or Ring?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Network Topology Help

    Currently, I am in the process of reqiring our entire network. Previously, this organization has had the 7th floor switches pour into the 6th, the 6th into thr 5th, and so on and so forth until they got to the main backbone and into the server room. I am converting this into a star topology, giving...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Designing and Planning MOSS 2007 Deployment

    Hi IT Folks: Currently I am planning to deploy MOSS 2007 in my university. Currently we have a setup of 1200 systems including laptops and desktops. I want to design a efficient topology and license decision. What should I gather as requirements or information which will be helpful in my planning?...

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  • network topology choice

    which network topology works better for a peer to peer WAN?

    Phelpsie5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Topology

    In a wireless topology, how would u divide geographic areas?

    Kayasumit10 pointsBadges:
  • a comparison of the different types of network topology

    please, i urgently need someone to answer the question for me.I need an explanatory comparison of the diifferent types of network topology, considering the following factors; cost, troubleshooting, network cabling expansion, redundancy/backup, and any other areas of interest to you.

    Teesquare5 pointsBadges:
  • networks tepology

    i have IP range in my network in DHCP from 100.100.8.1 to100.100. 9.255 scope and i hace a part is static IP start from 100.100.10.1 to 100.100.11.255 please i want to know if i want to add a new range like 100.100.12.1...........etc what i will do ?????? thanx a lot

    Marwan mostafa5 pointsBadges:
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