Prerequisite – Network Topologies
In Mesh topology the nodes are connected to each other completely via dedicated link in which the information is travel from nodes to nodes and There are N(N-1)/2 links in Mesh topology, if there are N nodes.
In Ring topology, every node is connected to it’s left and right side nodes in which the information is travel from nodes to nodes in ring manner in one direction.There are also n links in ring topology like star topology, if there are n nodes present. In ring topology, to add a new node the entire connection must be broken down.
Difference between Ring Topology and Mesh Topology:
|S.NO||Ring Topology||Mesh Topology|
|1.||In ring topology, every node is connected to it’s left and right side nodes.||In mesh topology, the nodes are connected to each other completely via dedicated link.|
|2.||The cost of ring topology is low.||The cost of Mesh topology is expensive.|
|3.||There are N links in ring topology, if there are N nodes present.||There are N(N-1)/2 links in Mesh topology, if there are N nodes.|
|4.||In ring topology, the information is travel from nodes to nodes in ring manner in one direction.||In mesh topology, the information is travel from nodes to nodes.|
|5.||Ring topology is poor extensible.||Mesh topology is also poor extensible.|
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