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Back-Haul or Relay

Back Haul networks are typically used to move data from remote POPs (Point of Presence) or concentration points to a centralized location. This page describes using Air-Frame 100 models in Back Haul or Relay network configurations.

Back Haul or Relay Network Diagram

Description:

Back Haul networks are typically used to move data from remote POPs (Point of Presence) or concentration points to a centralized location. The above diagram shows two possible configurations:

A single, directional, back-haul connection from POP A.

A larger back-haul network picking up both POP B and POP C traffic.

Each of the POPs may be either a concentration point for a Multi-Cell network or it could be a single remote location out of cost effective range from the Central Location i.e. a Daisy Chain or Mesh network.

Each of the back-haul network connections may be a simple Point to Point link or may be a Multi-Link connection.

The total latency at each POP using Air-Frame 100 or Air-Frame 10.2 is ~2 ms.

Applications:

Internet, Intranet or Extranet configurations. ISP access networks. Distributed LAN to LAN networks, Security, Telemetry, Long Range networks (Relay configuration).

Bridged or Routed:

Back-haul networks would always be routed to minimize traffic, relay configurations may be Routed or Bridged.

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