Star LAN

A star topology is a local area network (LAN) topology in which all nodes are individually connected to a central connection point, such as a hub or switch. The star takes more than one cable as a bus, but the benefit is that if a cable fails, only one node will fall.

A local network can operate as a few or two users (for example, in a small office network) or several hundred users in a larger office. LANs consist of cables, switches, routers and other components that allow users to connect to internal servers, websites and other local networks through broadband networks.

Asterisk is an application of the hub distribution model in computer networks. In the stellar network, each host is connected to a central hub. In its simplest form, a central hub acts as a channel for transmitting messages. The stellar network is one of the most common computer network topologies.

A stellar network is a local area network (LAN) where all nodes (workstations or other devices) are connected directly to a shared central computer. Each workstation is indirectly connected to each other through the mainframe. In some star networks, the central computer can also act as a workstation.
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