Topologies and physical infrastructure

Having spent a sufficient amount of time discussing what a network is, we should now consider how networks are actually implemented. This section will consider the various solutions that the engineers have arrived at to build systems that meet the definition of a network. We'll discuss the distinction between a logical and a physical topology for a network, and then examine the most common examples of the former.

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