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The Internet (a popular global network that we read about in this chapter) is an open system.
Specifically, communication over the Internet is governed by an open set of known standards
TCP/IP as a set of protocols.

Anyone can use these standards without paying a fee or signing a license
Contrary to the Agreement, Novel Inc. a company like that can build a privacy system
The retention of owner rights allows the company to earn income from selling or leasing them
Stuff.

Another way to classify networks is based on network topology, which defines the shape
where the machines are connected. two buses to the most popular topography, where
The engines are connected to a bus (Figure 59a) and a common communication line called a star
Any machine acts as a focal point connected to all others.

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Bus topography became popular in the 1990s. When it is implemented under a set of so-called standards
Ethernet and Ethernet networks are one of the most popular networking systems today.
Star topography has its roots in the 1970s. It is derived from the paradigm of a large medium
A computer that serves multiple users. The simple terminals used by these users have evolved into smaller computers.

A star network appeared. Today, star configuration is popular on wireless networks.
Communication is done by a central machine called radio broadcast and access point
(AP), which serves as a focal point where all communications are linked.

 

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