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Re: star topology

On Mon 08/01/05 10:27, Patrick Bogen wrote:
> Star topology requires a hub/switch, or something acting like one. If
> you put three network cards in one of your computers and one in each
> of the other two, then you can use the first computer like a switch.
> Or, you could do like token ring, which would be fun, and in this it
> would probably have good performance.  Two in each, A connects to B
> and C, B connects to A and C, and C connects to A and B.

According to his diagram on his page, he acutally ment a ring. (Not
technically a token ring..)


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