PTP, Point to point networks
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The networks point to point are lines of permanent access in which an only fiber is used to connect to two nodes of transmission, for example, between the supplier of Internet and the end user, or connections between seats of a company. These networks behave as a connection where all the bandwidth is dedicated and exclusive. The great disadvantage of this topology is its elevated price.
As advantage presents/displays a great reliability in the data transmission and allows to a bidirectional communication full-dúplex.
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