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are full mesh topology and partial mesh topolgy types of mesh network if not plz can someone explain what mesh network is and its advantages and disadvantages thnx
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use BBC bitesize GCSE computing or teach it it says everything
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Have you tried googling for mesh network topology? - https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=mesh+network+topology
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Mesh network = All nodes on the network are connected to each other (eg. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/22/99...ce9a675c74.jpg)
Pros: Quick to transfer data, if one node is down the network can still work Cons: Lots of wire (expensive)

Partial Mesh network = Not all nodes are connected to each other (eg. http://vcampus.uom.ac.mu/cse1010e/im...ure%209-21.gif)
Pros: Less cable than in full mesh, Cons: Slightly slower as for some computers the packets (data) will have to go through a middle man computer, this can also be a security risk.
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(Original post by username3755000)
Mesh network = All nodes on the network are connected to each other (eg. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/22/99...ce9a675c74.jpg)
Pros: Quick to transfer data, if one node is down the network can still work Cons: Lots of wire (expensive)

Partial Mesh network = Not all nodes are connected to each other (eg. http://vcampus.uom.ac.mu/cse1010e/im...ure%209-21.gif)
Pros: Less cable than in full mesh, Cons: Slightly slower as for some computers the packets (data) will have to go through a middle man computer, this can also be a security risk.
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