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This page describes using Air-Frame 10 and 100 models in point to point configurations.
Point to point networks are used to connect one location to one other location. The above diagram shows two connected multi-user networks (using a Hub or Switch). Either location (A or B) may be configured as a Direct connection (without a Hub or Switch).
Air-Frame 100 can be used to create many, co-located point to point networks.
Internet, Intranet or Extranet configurations. ISP access networks (bridged or routed). LAN to LAN applications (bridged or routed see below). Remote data capture (Telemetry or SCADA). Remote Control. Remote Monitoring. Security.
In a bridged connection (Air-Frame 10 or 100 range) the traffic sent from location A to Location B AND from Location B to Location A consists of:
In effect the two locations operate as a single, fully transparent LAN. Where both LANs consist of many system the broadcast traffic can be considerable and consideration should be given to a routed network.
In a routed connection (Air-Frame 100 range) the traffic sent from location A to Location B AND from Location B to Location A consists of:
In this case the two LANs operate independently but communication is enabled between them.
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