Network topology based on advantages and disadvantages

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Can you name the Network topology advantages and disadvantages?

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number of nodes connected is limited by connection points in hub
every node is connected to each other, making it reliable
very expensive as uses alot of cables, alot.
if backbone line breaks, entire network breaks down
protocols are simple as they use hub and connecting hub
supported by many software vendors
works best as a topology with only a few nodes
easy to install and uses a hub
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if one node fails, entire network fails
high level of data privacy/security as messages travel down a dedicated line
Made up of star and bus networks
performance is affected if too many nodes on network
reliable as cables are shorter than other topologies to create
can be easily extended by adding a new hub
not possible to shut down one section of network without entire network going down
created using one long cable called the backbone.

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