# COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS

## COMPUTER NETWORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS

### NETWORK DEVICES

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
In Ring Topology data flows in:
 A One direction B Both direction C do not flow D None of the above
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -Ring topology is a type of network topology in which each device is connected to two other devices on either side via an RJ-45 cable or coaxial cable. This forms a circular ring of connected devices which gives it its name. Data is commonly transferred in one direction along the ring, known as a unidirectional ring.

Detailed explanation-2: -Ring topology is a topology in which each computer is connected to exactly two other computers to form the ring. The message passing is unidirectional and circular in nature. This network topology is deterministic in nature, i.e., each computer is given access for transmission at a fixed time interval.

Detailed explanation-3: -Ring topology is where nodes are arranged in a circle (or ring). The data can travel through the ring network in either one direction or both directions, with each device having exactly two neighbors.

Detailed explanation-4: -Features of Bus Topology It transmits data only in one direction.

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