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 9  Chapter 1011:  Networking
      9  VII  Networking Topologies

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Bus Topology

Did you review the Geek Tip about how to remove the BNC connector from a PC listed above?

The mention of breaking the backbone is the key to a Bus topology network.

Just as with any human, messing with a backbone is a sure recipe to bad things.

In a Bus network, each computer is in line to another.

The ends of the network get termination for the same reason that was revealed in the SCSI chapter.

Figure 106: A bus network.

 


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