Hi, having a little trouble understanding the different frame relay networks you can have. Please help/verify if you can. Thanks
Full mesh: Each router is connected to each other. They are in the same subnet. They address each other by using the dest IP with the dest DLCI
Partial mesh: Each router is NOT directly connected to each other. Rather, they all connect to one router with subinterfaces. They are all differnet subnets. The main router does all of the routing in between them (is that right?)They address each other by using the dest IP with the dest DLCI
Hybrid mesh: A combination of full mesh and partial mesh. Some of the routers are directly connected (via VCs ; multipoint), while the rest have point to point connections to a core router. Again, the core router does all of the routing in between the networks. They address each other by using the dest IP with the dest DLCI
And last but not least: Is the method of data delivery the same for each kind of mesh? In other words, say Router A (192.168.1.3 DLCI 13) wants to send a frame to Router B ( 192.168.2.3 DLCI 23). The way it sends the frame is the same no matter if partial mesh, full mesh or hybrid mesh is used right? The "frame switches" swap the DLCIs before delivering to destination? Sorry for the long post.