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There are many different types of topologies, but some examples are the node-link diagram, the spider graph, and the hierarchical diagram.

A hybrid topology is a network topology that combines two or more network topologies, such as mesh, bus, or ring.

The nodes of a star topology are connected to a central hub or router. Every node in a ring topology is connected to its left and right side nodes.

Star Bus is a networking topology in which a network bus connects workgroup or departmental local area networks (LANs) to form a single network. A backbone bus topology with a star topology placed on it is known as a star bus topology. Crossover cables for the hub's ordinary (host) ports.

The arrangement of distinct elements of a network is referred to as physical topology. It depicts the physical layout of devices and wires that make up a network. It is concerned with the essentials of the network while neglecting minor issues such as data transit and device type.

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