Multipoint, Hub & Spoke & Point to point Framerelay
I dont exactly understand these concepts. Has anyone a clear diagrammatic defintion with an explanation. eg/ does the multipt f.r always traverse thru a f.r switch...will all m.pt connections go thru difft or the same f.r switch to the sub i/f or i/f router? thnx
Re: Multipoint, Hub & Spoke & Point to point Framerelay
Giuseppe has provided a good explanation about multipoint and point to point Frame Relay. There is an aspect of your question that he does not address:
"eg/ does the multipt f.r always traverse thru a f.r switch...will all m.pt connections go thru difft or the same f.r switch to the sub i/f or i/f router?"
so let me address this part of your question. A router connection using Frame Relay will almost always go through a Frame Relay switch. It is possible to configure routers connected by a serial link to use Frame Relay on that link without going through a Frame Relay switch. This is sometimes done in a lab environment or perhaps a class environment. But in a live/production network a Frame Relay connection would almost always go through a Frame Relay switch.
A router serial interface could connect to a single Frame Relay switch. Any subinterface associated with that physical interface would connect to that same Frame Relay switch. It is possible for the router to connect to a different Frame Relay switch but it would require a different serial interface to connect to a different Frame Relay switch.
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