Exploring routerless aggregation

Legault, Benoit
May 2003
CED;May2003, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p80
Trade Publication
Explores a routerless aggregation of converging data and circuit-switched networks. Network architecture options; Problems associated with the traditional routed metro network architecture; Use of carrier-class Layer Two switches as the aggregation element; Benefits of routerless aggregation.


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