Network topology diagrams, such as the one above, are useful for explaining problems in your networks. They can group devices into meaningful organizational units, and they can illustrate the bandwidth between these units. As an example, if the arrows appear heavy, you probably have a problem. If the arrows are heavy and the lines appear the same, you may have a problem with capacity. There are four types of common network topologies: Autonomous Responsive Solved-On-Move
In object-oriented programming, you define the functions and data that are available to all objects of the same class. In other words, you create a class that defines all the functions and data that the objects in the class share. In the context of network modeling, this concept is applied to specific classes of components.
The MVCWrapper_T class defines rules for the MVCWrapper and includes a CDetectMethod class that finds the methods for a class. For example, if your class exposes a CServerService function, the MVCWrapper_T class will find the CDetectMethod for CServerService so that the wrapper will expose the CServerService function to all drawing objects that use the MVCWrapper_T. See the MVCDrawer main form for an example of how to use the MVC wrapper. d2c66b5586