Can you explain, and provide some examples, the difference between physical and logical topologies?
They are just different ways of representing a network architecture. Physical topologies are how the wires are interconnected, while logical topology is how the network behaves and interoperates. Webopedia provides better information than I can, so check this link: http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/topologies.asp.
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