Dual-ring topology is a network redundant topology where nodes are connected using two concentric rings with four branches. Dual-ring topology is ideal for applications with cabling issues or small networks that are not frequently reconfigured.
Dual-ring topology is made up of two rings connected to a network. Each ring works independently until one is disabled when the network fails. When this takes place, the functioning ring automatically wraps around the disabled ring to ensure data flow.Ring topology advantages include:
Ring topology disadvantages include:
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