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Point-to-multipoint (P2MP) Network.
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A Point-to-multipoint (P2MP) communication is a communication that is accomplished through the one-to-many connection.

The Point-to-multipoint telecommunications are widely used in wireless Internet and IP telephony via gigahertz radio frequencies. P2MP systems were designed for single and bi-directional systems.

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a powerful network diagramming and vector drawing software. It provides the Computer and Networks Area with many Solutions that contain the wide set of ready-to-use predesigned vector stencils and examples to help you design the professional looking Point-to-multipoint (P2MP) networks of any complexity quick and easy.

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Example 1. Point-to-multipoint (P2MP) Network.

This example was redesigned from the file [https://commons.wikimedia.org]

This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Point-to-multipoint (P2MP) network.

The network diagrams designed with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, and converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio).




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