No, modern LANs use a star topology
True - Ethernet is the predominant protocol found in LANs today.
Today, Ethernet LAN has one competing LAN technology: WLANs.
LAN (Local area network) connects devices (computers) that are within a relatively small geographical are like a room or a building. The most popular connection technology for LANs is Ethernet.
Ethernet is the most popular networking technology used in LANs. Fast Ethernet is used to refer to any version of Ethernet that meets or surpasses the 100 Mbps transfer speed.
Yes, Ethernet is very common on LANs and is a baseband transmission type.
They can support multiple higher-layer protocols, and Ethernet 802.3 frames cannot.
Ethernet is the most popular network technology used on wired LANs. And IEEE 802 i.e Wi-fi is used for wireless LANs. -- By MyNarutoAnime ----
Bus topology LANs are very rare these days. It would be easier to use a star topology than a bus topology for a few devices.
For WANs depending on the protocol the packets can be very different. For LANs, the ring topology insists on special packets proceeded by a "token".