Cisco 3845 are dual hub routers , connected to a NON-CISCO accelerator/QOS device ( pardon for using cisco logo ) Lines drawn are physical connections between these devices as well as towards the Site-1. Routers /switches at hub are connected directly as well as via the non-cisco device interconnect.
If there is a new site added to this network in similar manner as what site-1 is connected to hub, all traffic communication between these ( existing and new ) will be passing through the hub before reaching other site destination, is there a connection flow issue seen here? I was told by some that the QOS/accelerator device would probably see multiple flows ( or times ) for a single connection between site to site.the device is probably layer2 only.
I couldnt understand this properly.Appreciate if anyone can help me understand the logic & a possible alternative.
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