Point-to-Point network Topology

As its name implies, in a point-to-point topology you have a direct connection between two routers or switches, giving you one communication path. The routers in a point-to-point topology can be linked by a serial cable, making it a physical network, or if they’re located far apart and connected only via a circuit within a Frame Relay or MPLS network, it’s a logical network instead.

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