As the scale of supercomputers has increased, the end-to-end network latency has become non-negligible on the performance of parallel applications. For this reason, low-latency network topologies achieving the smallest number of hops among switches are drawing attention. The Order/Degree Problem to find the topology with the smallest diameter has revealed that a topology based on graph symmetry and simulated annealing (SA) is optimal for a wide range of system sizes. Focusing on the characteristics of clustering and symmetry of this graph, we extend the method to guarantee the lower limit of the number of cables in each cabinet. The total cable length and cost can be minimized as well as minimizing the deterioration of communication delay. Compared with the conventional network topologies, the proposed network topology can attain higher performance with the smaller total cable length and cost.