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50 users / T1 or Frame Relay

Posted on 2002-06-05
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Would like your inputs on the above, this is for an organization that is contained... no WAN, just a LAN....

In reading the info from PACBELL... not too sure I understand what they are saying.

thanks, bill
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1) Look at a partial T1 with the option to expand.

2) Check prices and guaranteed CIR for the frame Relay, compare with the T1.

Either one should be fine for 50 users.

Check expandability costs if you need more or less bandwidth.

I hope this helps !


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Maybe dense on this end.... But... What is the Difference between FRAME RELAY and T!?
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T1 usualy is point to point ( almost ).
Frame Relay gors through a nebulous "cloud". Both are reliable if managed properly. It is just a different infrastructure connecting the two ends.

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where the hell did my thank you go..... aaaaaaaaaargh

Sysperson... thanks for the info

bill
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