What are the 3 most common LAN architectures?

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Answer / v.vijayakumar

The 3 most common types of LAN architectures are: Ethernet,
Token Ring, ArcNet

These architectures are sometimes referred to as "lower-
level protocols" because they represent the specifications
for the IEE802 model which encompasses the physical (1st)
and data link (2nd) layers of the OSI model.

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Answer / vibhuti

Topology is not the answer ,asking abt LAN architecture

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Answer / crchauhan

i think it is about 1,2,3,tier architectures....so u need
to search about this one.

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Answer / shailandra prakash trivedi

Three most common LAN architecture BUS,STAR,MESH

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