A network's setup, or topology, is critical to its performance. The physical or logical description of how links and nodes are set up to relate to one another is referred to as network topology. There are several methods to configure a network, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, and some are more beneficial in particular situations than others. When it comes to network architecture, administrators have several alternatives, and this selection must take into consideration the size and scope of their firm, as well as its goals and budget. Configuration management, visual mapping, and general performance monitoring are just a few of the activities that go into successful network topology administration.