Frame Relay Basics

Frame Relay Benefits: Frame Relay is specifically designed for bursty LAN applications. it supports a wide range of traffic pattern and topology model, and can consolidate previously separate network into one-network solution. Frame Relay FR’s predecessor Require only one FR local physical link dedicated physical p2p link for per type of data per peer High …

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X.25 Network

X.25 Introduction X.25 is the oldest Packet-Switched service, created even earlier than OSI model. It is designed for low data rate and high error-rate transmission facilities, and provides error correction and orderly delivery on hop-by-hop basis. X.25 specification defines the interface between DTE and DCE, while X.75 defines the interface between two x.25 networks. X.25 …

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WAN Technology

WAN Technology Definition: WAN Technology is pretty much about a point-to-point (or multi-point) private (represents Bandwidth is exclusively used) leased line Connecting customer’s private LAN to SP or Carrier, or link together separate LANs over a wide area.WAN technology solves the problem about how to allocat the BW that ISP Access Point provided to customers …

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