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In part, the consumer access technologies are optimized for the way most households and small businesses need to use their connectivity. From a technological perspective, DOCSIS cable modem networks have more downstream bandwidth than upstream because only one device transmits on downstream RF channels (the cable company equipment) so there is no chance of ...


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Your question is extremely broad, possibly due to some mixup. All forms of ISDN use circuit switching, so channel resources are allocated for the entire duration of a connection. The various ISDN flavors use different kinds of B-channel signaling protocols, like DSS1 or Q.931. A virtual circuit is (more or less) an emulation of a circuit-switching network ...


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It's all depends upon your bandwidth utlization and traffic and number of end users connected on access -layer switch it's . With help of Port channel and link aggrigation you can bind 8 uplinks from distribution to access switch or from core switch to access switch ..


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