Difference between LAN and MAN Wan
The terms LAN ,MAN and WAN are terms widely uses All in Technology (Internet world) Here we will lists outs the differences between them in Read point to 2 point differences in networks between LAN and MAN and MAN.
- Full Form of LAN is Local
LAN is a groups many of computers and
- ther network devices network devices
which are connected together.
- All the devices that are part of LAN
Are within a building or multiple building.
- LAN network has very high speed mainly due
To proximity devices.
- LAN connection speeds can be 100 Mbps or
1000 Mbps also.
- LAN uses Guided Media
- Full Form of Man IS Metropolitan Area Network
- MAN is a larger network of computers and other network
Many connected Devices which are connecteds together usually spans several
Buildings or many large geographical area.
- All the devices that are part of MAN are span across building
Or small town.
- MAN network has lower speed compared to LAN.
- MAN LAN
- MAN connection speeds can be 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.
- MAN use Guided media or Unguided Media.
- Full Form of WAN is Wide Area Network.
- WAN is a group of computers and other network devices which are
Connecteds togethers which network then is not restricted to a geographical its
Location internet is WAN
- All the devices that are part of WAN have no geographical
- WAN speed varies varies based on geographical location of
The servers WAN connects several LANs.
- WAN connection speeds can be 10Mbps or 100 Mbps. Or Slow
About 1.5 Mbps (May vary based on wireless technologies used)
- WAN mainly uses Guided Media or Unguided media.
Network Topology & Protocol
In networking topology refers to the layout of a computer network or we can say that the topology refers to the configuration of cables, computers and other peripherals. TopologyTopology can be described either physically or logically
Physical topology means the placement of the elements of the network including the lovation of the devices or the layout of the cables. Logical topologies and have the the same logical topology or viceversa.
There are following topologies used in Network.
A bs network is a network topology in which nodes are connected in a daisy chain by a linear sequence of buses when it has two end points it called lineasr bus topology alternatively referred to as a line topology a bus s many networks setup where each computesr and network devices are connected to a singles cables which is also knowns as back bus topology.
Features of Bus Topology
It transmits data only in one direction
Every device is connected dingle cable
It is a cable that both ends are closed where along the cable the whole network will die
The signals passes two directions within networks of each others one cable that may occur collision or data collision
The bus topology is the transmission line where the signal is received and sent on each device connected to one straight line cable the signal will only be captured by the intended device, while other tools ignore the signal.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bus Topology Advantages
It is easy to det up and extend bus network bus topology casts very less
Cable length require for this topology is the least compared to other networks
Linear Bus network is mostly used in small network good for LAN