Different topologies have different types of configurations, as the traffic can pass from a source to a destination following multiple paths. Understanding these topologies and the data flows within the network can be useful in many phases, such as:
- Network design
- Network implementation
- Network troubleshooting
A Point-to-Point topology involves a direct link between two devices (this is also called a one-to-one connection). This type of connection is often utilized in WAN topologies, especially in some of the legacy Point-to-Point technologies like T1/E1 and T3/E3 . . .
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