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This topic describes packet-switched virtual connections. Packet-Switched Connections Virtual circuits are established. Packet-switched networks generally share bandwidth statistically. ©2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 1-7 Packet switching is a method in which a network device uses a single point-to-point link to a service provider to transport packets intended for one or more destinations across a carrier network. Packet switching is a networking technology that is based on the transmission of data in packets.
As a general rule, packet-switched connections are most cost-effective in networks with these characteristics: Long connect times Large geographic distances High-link utilization High peaks of critical traffic Copyright © 2005, Cisco Systems, Inc. WAN Technologies and Components 1-13 What Is Broadband Access? This topic describes two broadband access technologies. Broadband Access Use existing infrastructure Provide broadband access Terminate at service provider POP Internet transport ©2005 Cisco Systems, Inc.
As illustrated in the figure, the Cisco 800 Series router is an example of a SOHO site router that will support the interfaces required in the network topology that is used in this course. The following routers are typical Cisco Systems equipment for a SOHO site: Cisco 800 Series Cisco 1700 Series Linksys equipment Note Selection of a router will be determined by the speed and features that you are implementing in the central site. Copyright © 2005, Cisco Systems, Inc. WAN Technologies and Components 1-39 Summary This topic summarizes the key points discussed in this lesson.