Today we will talk about the logical classification of computer networks. Computer networks are logically divided into three categories.
In general, computer networks are divided into geographical and logical categories. Of course, some people also classify computer networks based on network topologies.
What I want to explain in this section are the types of media. Media types include coaxial, twisted-pair, and fiber optic cables.
Topology is actually how network elements are physically connected. Maybe the idea you have about physical connection is a little different.