Network Topology - A network's topology is how the devices on the network are connected and the distances between the devices. The most common network devices include hubs, switches, routers, and gateways. Most large networks contain several levels of interconnection, the most important of which include edge connections, backbone connections, and wide-area connections.


Home Network

Network Adapter

Network Attached Storage
 – (NAS)

Network-based Video on Demand – (May be known as Network Storage.)

Network Computer – (NC) - (a.k.a. Net PC, Managed PC.)

Network Interface Cards
 - (NIC)

Network Operator

Network PC - (Network Appliance)

Network Programmers

Network Service Provider - (NSP)

Network Storage

Network Transport

Networked Entertainment – (May be known as Home Networking{Entertainment}.) – See Home Networking.