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    Default WAN Connections

    Would someone tell me the LINK, PROTOCOL,ENCAPSULATION METHOD, SPEED,and other technology associated with Point-to-point, circuit switched and packet switch connections.

    I am looking for a CHART short of thing that help me making a brief outline...
    I want a good link also for detailed information....
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    Check here.
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    Default lol

    I got a nice link there but still dont get what am looking for thats why I have to put my Question here in CCNP forum.....
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    Ya know...if you went ahead and made a chart on your own, it would not only make the information stick for you better, but it would also help create a valuable resource for others as well, similar to what Jeremy Stretch has done with his packetlife sheets. I think it would be a great way to study and give back to others at the same time!
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    Well for that I need a good link to study WAN tech
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    If that's too much work, you could try here.
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    Thanks anyways....lol
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    whats the different wan technology PPP, HDLC, ATM, Frame Relay. Check the RFC

    Layer 1 might be T1/E1, DS3, OC3, OC12, OC48, OC192, & OC 549,923,442
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    Thanks Mikej for the links, those really help.
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    Your funny dynamik
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