I know that frame relay and atm circuits do not provide direct internet access. Can we say all the wan connections must not provide internet connection by default? Because it is the logic behind connection through WAN. Right? If right, we have to buy a new separete line for internet connection from ISPs?Rgiht?
If not right, can you please tell me which WAN (ATM, Frame Relay, MPLS, G.SHDSL, ADSL, ISDN, Metro Ethernet) connections have direct internet access?
Frame Relay, Atm etc.. are wan connections which make connections between geographical different locations through the internet. I was searching that whether those wan connections support direct internet connection(web access).
I found an answer about that:
"Basically, a frame relay is a shared lease line (in a very loose interpretation) where multiple users/companies share the bandwidth. The frame realy is also a Virtual circuit(s) between 2 or more points. Also, frame realy circuits DO NOT provide direct internet access. In order to have internet access, one of the points/Sites would have to have a dedicated Internet Connection and open access to the internet for other sites within the company. Sites set up within a F.R. cloud have no need for use of VPN becaus they are already PRIVATE Virtual Circuits."
But vmiller said that: "you "could" get internet service from an ISP using one of those technolgogies"
Which one is true?
There are wan connection types that customers can choose to connect their offices. TM, Frame Relay, MPLS, G.SHDSL, ADSL, ISDN, Metro Ethernet...
If one customer choose mpls, his company must have internet connection already, right? But is it valid for Frame Relay or atm?
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