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Must every magnetic configuration have a north pole and a south pole? What about the field due to a toroid?

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It is only possible when the source of the field has a net non-zero magnetic moment. In a toroid, there is always some gap left at the junction where the current enter and leaves the toroid. Those two junctions act as north and south poles.
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