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Network structures used by banks

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Hi,

What are the most used network infrastructures and protocols and topologies used by banks to communicate with their branches in cities, countries and ....
 

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A few years ago they used an star topology based on Frame-Relay networks. The circuits were about 128 or 256Kbps. Nowdays the has increased the capacity of transmission needed.
Now Telcos have MPLS networks and banks (and other clients) implements a VPN over this MPLS net.

In each office you can have xDSL or optic fiber, it depends of the transmission speed or if you need or not symmetric wideband.

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