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NETWORK TOPOLOGY, DEPLOYMENT AND INSTALLATIONS

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Designing and Deploying a Network Topology is not as easy as it may look or sound.

This can present a great challenge even for a seasoned and experienced professional.

Your specific topology architecture depends on your needs and your budget.

We highly recommend using a seasoned and experienced professional for this extremely complex task

The following are some examples of different topologies that can be deployed.

HOME NETWORK

The same prnciple that applies to a business network, applies to a home network in the sence that before you setup the network, you have to decide what type of network you want, as well as your budget .

Network technologies

The most common types of network technology are wireless, Ethernet, and HomePNA (home phone line), and Powerline. When choosing a network technology, consider the location of your computers and the desired speed of your network. The costs of these technologies are similar. The sections below compare these four technologies.

Wireless

Wireless networks use radio waves to send information between computers. The three most common wireless network standards are 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11a. A new standard, 802.11n, is expected to grow in popularity.

Speed

•  802.11b: transfers data at a maximum rate of 11 megabits per second (Mbps). Downloading a 10 megabyte (MB) photo from the Internet under optimal conditions takes about 7 seconds.

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•  802.11g: transfers data at a maximum rate of 54 Mbps. Downloading a 10 megabyte (MB) photo from the Internet under optimal conditions takes about 1.5 seconds.

•  802.11a: transfers data at a maximum rate of 54 Mbps. Downloading a 10 megabyte (MB) photo from the Internet under optimal conditions takes about 1.5 seconds.

•  802.11n: depending upon the number of data streams the hardware supports, 802.11n can theoretically transmit data at up to 150 Mbps, 300 Mbps, 450 Mbps, or 600 Mbps.

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Ethernet

Ethernet networks use Ethernet cables to send information between computers.

Speed

Ethernet transfers data at either 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps, depending on the type of cables used. Gigabit Ethernet is the fastest, with a transfer rate of 1 gigabit per second (or 1000 Mbps).

(For example, downloading a 10 megabyte [MB] photo from the Internet under optimal conditions takes about 8 seconds on a 10 Mbps network, about 1 second on a 100 Mbps network, and less than a second on a 1000 Mbps network.)

HomePNA

HomePNA networks use existing home telephone wires to send information between computers.

Speed

HomePNA 2.0 transfers data at 10 Mbps. HomePNA 3.0 transfers data at 128 Mbps.

(For example, downloading a 10 megabyte [MB] photo from the Internet under optimal conditions takes about 8 seconds on a HomePNA 2.0 network and about 1 second on a HomePNA 3.0 network.)

Broadband over Powerline

Powerline networks use existing home electrical wiring to send information between computers.

With broadband over power lines , or BPL , you can plug your computer into any electrical outlet in your home and instantly have access to high-speed Internet. By combining the technological principles of radio , wireless networking , and modems , developers have created a way to send data over power lines and into homes at speeds between 500 kilobits and 3 megabits per second (equivalent to DSL and cable).

Broadband over Power Lines also allows a Wireless Network  Architecture, Which Systems Drs, can Install for you Fast and Cheap

BPL is already being tested in several cities around the United States and the United Kingdom.

Speed

A Powerline network can transfer data at up to 200 Mbps.

For example, downloading a 10 megabyte (MB) photo from the Internet under optimal conditions can take less than a second on a Powerline network.
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Aside of the previous talked about broadband access, there are other access available for BUSINESS.

Depending on the size of your business, you can get a T-1, which is a dedicated line that can provide 1.5 Mbps of data transfer and its costs is about $1,000 per month; a T-3 which can provide 44,336 Mbps, now the cost for this line, would be about $3,000 per month.

What is Network Topology

The physical topology of a network refers to the configuration of cables, computers, and other peripherals (printers, security cameras etc.).

Physical topology should not be confused with logical topology which is the method used to pass information between workstations.

Main Types of Network Topologies In networking, the term "topology" refers to the layout of connected devices on a network. This article introduces the standard topologies of computer networking.

One can think of a topology as a network's virtual shape or structure. This shape does not necessarily correspond to the actual physical layout of the devices on the network. For example, the computers on a home LAN may be arranged in a circle in a family room, but it would be highly unlikely to find an actual ring topology there.

Network topologies are categorized into the following basic types:

  • Star Topology
  • Ring Topology
  • Bus Topology
  • Tree Topology
  • Mesh Topology
  • Hybrid Topology

As we stated in the beginning, we, do not recommend setting up a Network Topology, without the knowledge or training.

We at SYSTEMS DRS, have the know how and expertise to setup a network topology that you will be 100% satisfied OR YOUR MONE Y BACK!

Our Systems Drs, Certified Specialist have the Tools and Know How to Install your Network at Home or Office Fast and Cheap

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