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Figure 32-2: Typical distributed processing system If the WAN is of our own construction, then we consider it to be part of our overall network. That is, we lease lines between locations and provide our own networking equipment, whether it is the Frame Relay switches or Routers. In either case, the distributed system has many more elements to manage and most importantly that can be controlled managed. The failure of any one of these elements could cause a significant number of our users to be cut off. In Figure 32-2 , the Router may be taken to represent a router specifically, but in a general diagram like this it could be representative of other network elements such as a Frame Relay Access Device (FRAD), an ATM switch, a LAN bridge, or even a lowly hub.
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