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Cisco Topology Layout

Cisco Topology Layout

DSW1

ASW1

ASW1

Gi0/2

Gi0/2

Gi0/1

Gi0/1

Gi0/2

Gi0/2

Fa0/1

Fa0/2

Core

DSW2

DSW1

DSW2

Core

VNAN1000

VLAN100

10.1.100.0/24

VLAN200

10.1.200.0/24

VLAN200

.253

VLAN100

.253

VLAN1000

.253

Gi0/2

.1

Gi0/1

.2

Gi0/2

.6

172.168.0.2/30

172.168.0.9/30

Gi0/2

.5

VLAN1000

.254

VLAN100

.254

VLAN200

.254

Topology Layout

pc1

pc2

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publish time: 2021-04-01
Charlotte

Topologies are categorized as either physical network topology, which is the physical signal transmission medium, or logical network topology, which refers to the manner in which data travels through the network between devices. A Cisco network topology is used to describe the physical and logical structure of a network. A topology layout maps the way different nodes on a network, including switches and routers, and how data flows. As shown in the cisco topology layout diagram help visualize the communicating devices, which are modeled as nodes, and the connections between the devices, which are modeled as links between the nodes.

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