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Network Topologies (Star, Bus, Ring, Mesh, Ad hoc, Infrastructure, & Wireless Mesh Topology)

Network Topologies (Star, Bus, Ring, Mesh, Ad hoc, Infrastructure, & Wireless Mesh Topology)


What are network topologies? Thats what we are gonna talk about in this video. Now, a topology is how a network communicates with different devices. And there are a couple of different categories of topologies.

86 thoughts on “Network Topologies (Star, Bus, Ring, Mesh, Ad hoc, Infrastructure, & Wireless Mesh Topology)

  1. I have learned wired topologies many times but very few talk about wireless topologies. Thank you for including all.
    And great as always

  2. I always love the humor that he puts in the voice balloons! Like, "who broke the wire?" And the other computers, "don't blame me!" Hehe. It's nice when creatorscan add humor to help a dry subject more fun. Keep up the use of voice balloons please.

  3. Hi, i like ur videos very much. I am also a creator. I have video editing skills but dont have graphical /animated skills like you. If u dont mind i want to know which software using for this making of videos.for editing and animation. I am expecting +ve replay from ur side.

    Thank you,
    Sam
    India

  4. nice video again sir simple and direct to the point
    can you pls create a tutorial for virtualization like vmware or citrix thanks

  5. Awesome video as always! I only got one question: Is a wireless mesh as fast as a 'normal' wired connection, just like you showed? Or is it slower because it has to go through multiple access points to find its way? Thanks in advantage

  6. hello about the wireless mesh topology what about if the access point connected directly to the switch fails what gonna happen? I dont think ti gonna be redundant

  7. Most youtubers improve over time but your videos always as good as first one.

    For me you like Bob Ross of computer science

  8. The most lovely and easiest explanation I can not thank you anymore.
    Sir it would be the heartiest request to please come up with networking concepts like for ccna,ccnp,ccie for routing & switching and security.
    Please please please.

  9. I love you videos so much..please I need your video explaining the networking models..OSI and TCP/IP…Well done once again

  10. Nice Your video knowledge but can you please give text English? So when someone not good hear and listening language English, they can ready text english. Thanks

  11. I like your videos. Good tool for training newbies. In this one, you should have a router between the Modem and Switch.

  12. Its was best explanation and function about topologies. Its very interesting topic, Keep it up buddy and keep rocking

  13. Dear Sir,
    I want to take your video and make necessary changes and publish in my language (not #English) for a #primary_school course topic.

    #If_you_permit_me, i will write your link in my description and "thank you" part writing your name. if you want to make it in any other ways, do let me sir.

    Please let me, how you will deal with this. Your nice co-operations and considerations will be highly appreciated. i apologise for my shortcomings.

  14. One thing that you could have mentioned with the bus topology is that it represents one gigantic collision domain, so there is an exponentially-increasing issue with collisions which limits the amount of traffic and number of nodes which is possible.

  15. Thank you so much for the video. But I have a question. Two computers usually can not send data simultaneously in a network with the bus topology. In this case there is supposed to be a collision. But there are many signals transmitted among computers in the video. How is that possible?

  16. I'll tell you what, I for one am STILL amazed at/by the WWW or Internet! I didn't discover the WWW until about 93 or 94,
    and even then, didn't have access. One day I went to visit my COBOL/ASM programming uncle, and he had the WWW/Internet,
    I was like "WTF"?!?!?!? (I personally didn't actually start using the WWW until 95 or so!!) When I saw him actually using it!

    I had only known of, and used, bulletin board systems (BBS) prior, and used FidoNet for mail/messaging. When you have to
    ONLY wait 12-24 hours for "mail" response, BACK THEN, this was VERY cool, and VERY exciting!

    I'd log on to my local BBS, and download my Bluewave packet, get off the phone, and open up my Bluewave reader, and spend
    an hour or two reading and responding!!!! LOL Today's society TOTALLY takes the internet for granted! I would have NEVER
    guessed a network could be built like the WWW based on my concept of BBS'ing!!! WOW!!! We've come a long way baby!!! 🙂

  17. With the wireless mesh topology, wouldn't the disadvantage be slow Internet access? Since the WAP has to communicate with another WAP and so on to actually transmit the signal and then wait for a acknowledgement/reply.

  18. Hi..can you recommend any books for networking? Btw, great video & your explanations are the best..even better than my lecturer😆😆😆

  19. Hello there!

    I'd like to know where can I put a hub or switch in ring, mesh topologies…

    In the star topology I see where a hup is, but I don't see it in ring, mesh topologies.

    Help please!

    Thanks!!!

  20. The wireless mesh is very redundant and resistant to denial of service or other censorship attacks, especially if there are multiple wireless access points with a connection to the outside web, and since you could theoretically turn any node into a router, similar to the ad-hoc network, it would be reasonably cheap to set up in a non professional/corporate environment where reliability is more important that speed.

  21. I remember FDDI, a somewhat smarter double ring topology.
    In normal operation, the primary ring circulates, the reverse ring is idle.
    If a break is detected, the systems either side of the break loop the primary and secondary, so the ring is patched to recirculate backwards through the secondary.

  22. My professor used this video and everyone liked it and somehow laughed in ring topology thank you so much

  23. Very well explained !!!
    I was reading a chapter and was preparing for my exam and was surfing through my book contents it was so hard to understand i don't know why this video don't have many views😒

  24. I have followed ur channel for a while I've learned so much from.ur animation man I love u and ur videos keep it up. Could you do a really detail video do ram how it works and what exactly it's used for in applications. I've watched video about the registration buses but I never understand what is the advantages and disadvantages of more and less ram for gaming or work like more chrome tabs (don't know if that's true just a lot of ppl say more ram = more tabs)

  25. I'm a networking student and we are discussing topology….I was so lost until I watched this video… Thank you so much!!!

  26. your description of ring topology is incorrect. At least in modern applications

    1. It is still commonly used in Industrial applications
    2. If a connection breaks, it does NOT break connection for all computers. In fact, the network is protected for any single failure anywhere in the network. I.E. If a cable is cut or computer fails, there is still a secure connection the other way through the ring.

    3. Down side is that it isn't easy to add a ring to an outside network, so the network cannot be added to the internet without breaking the ring without special hardware, or having one computer on the ring with another network card to act as a connection point.

  27. In wireless mesh How do routers connect to each other without cables, does it need any technique or method, I am getting confused??

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