full mesh

full mesh

A network architecture in which each end point is capable of reaching any other end point directly through a point-to-point physical or logical circuit. Contrast with "hub and spoke," which uses a central switching point and half as many direct circuits.


Full Mesh vs. Hub and Spoke
In this frame relay example, the blue lines provide a full mesh between each end point. In order to save costs, the hub and spoke architecture requires only three circuits. (Illustration drawn with assistance courtesy of Alcatel, www.alcatel.com)
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I've even offered to have Scottish surgeons watch him operate on me so they can see for themselves the difference between a full mesh removal and a partial.
Unprecedented SD-WAN flexibility: Juniper's SD-WAN now supports more variations of passive redundant hybrid WAN links, internet breakout at the WAN edge CPE or centralized WAN hubs and topologies such as hub and spoke, partial mesh and dynamic full mesh. It has also been tested by third-party EANTC at scales above 10,000 spoke sites and is highly multi-tenant, allowing for unprecedented scale.
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Depending on the size of the emulator, the latest generation of devices typically enable a minimum of 16 simultaneous connected devices with full mesh connectivity.
The mpls equipment provides the necessary standard protocols for the development of a highly available redundant backbone (mp-bgp, Ospf, Rsvp-te, Cspf, Fast reroute, T-ldp, Hub-spoke & Full mesh tunnels, ...
All overlay nodes are connected into the K-Minimum Spanning Tree (KMST) [14], where Super-Relay nodes form a full mesh structure.
A mesh network is a local area network (LAN) that employs one of two connection arrangements, full mesh topology or partial mesh topology.
Fujitsu Laboratories has used a multi-layer full mesh topology in combination with a newly developed communications algorithm that controls transmission sequences to avoid data collisions.
It reduces the number of computational elements to less than half of the full mesh. As a result, the method proposed in this paper is twice faster than any other FEM method using full mesh with the same computational need per element.
We are in all of those places so we've built that full mesh already across those locations on our network.
Entropic's Broadband Access solution leverages its highly successful and field-proven silicon, based on the MoCA standard, which enables a full mesh network to be formed using existing coax cables and splitters, and is comprised of its EN3011 Access NC and the EN3230 Access Client silicon.
Entropic's Broadband Access solution leverages its highly successful and field-proven silicon, based on the MoCA standard, which enables a full mesh home network to be formed using existing coax cables and splitters, and is comprised of its EN3011 Access Network Controller and the EN3230 Access Client silicon.