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BPVC – Bridged Permanent Virtual Circuit

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Definition of BPVC

The software-defined logical network link in a network, such as a picture relay network, is a permanent virtual circuit. A-frame relay function that makes network technologies incredibly versatile is consumers’ freedom (companies or customers of network providers) to identify logical links and bandwidth needed for end-points and think about how the physical connections are made possible how the virtual network handles traffic. The frame relay is a PVC described to the network frame relieving devices as the endpoints and a given bandwidth known as the Committed Information Rate (CIR). The possible physical bandwidth cannot surpass the bandwidth. Multiple PVCs usually share the same physical paths simultaneously. The frame relay systems use mathematical multiplexing to handle the variety in bandwidth specifications in the CIRs.

BPVC – Bridged Permanent Virtual Circuit
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