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Topology Quizzes & Trivia

Network topology is the arrangement of a computer network. It refers to a physical or logical structure. Physical topology involves how computers are arranged, where they are located, and the various devices and cables connected to them. 
 
Logical topology shows how the data flows over different networks. Can you name the five different types of network topology? In home networking, a Star Topology is the most common type, with a centralized access point (modem or router) with many devices connected to it, like a computer, laptop, or smartphone. Are you studying computer science or network engineering? If so, you’ll want to know the ins and outs of network topology, and our topology quizzes are one of the best resources to study! 
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What should be part of a comprehensive network security plan?
Physically secure network equipment from potential access by unauthorized individualsAll other answers are not recommended for a network security plan so only B is the correct answer.