Remote office locations, such as branch offices or the homes of teleworkers, connect to the enterprise campus via the Enterprise Edge and Enterprise WAN areas. When selecting an appropriate WAN technology to extend to these remote locations, design considerations include ownership of the link, reliability of the link, and a backup link if the primary link were to fail.
A WAN spans a relatively broad geographical area and a wide variety of connectivity options exist. When designing WAN solutions, you should consider the characteristics of the following modern WAN technologies:
- Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM): A TDM . . .
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