Single Ring Topology

In a single-ring topology, all the devices on the network share a single cable, and the data travels in one direction only. Each device waits its turn to send data over the network. The single ring, however, is susceptible to a single failure, stopping the entire ring from functioning. Figure 1-11 shows the traffic flow in a single-ring topology.

Figure 1-11 Traffic Flow in a Single-Ring Topology

Figure 1-11 Traffic Flow in a Single-Ring Topology

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