Definitions for "Point-To-Point"
a network connection that is tied directly to two locations.
Unlike a multipoint communications links, point-to-point connects two and only two stations.
Point-to-point transmission - Transmission of data between only two stations or nodes i.e., one sender and one receiver. Point-to-Point link - A circuit which connects two (and only two) nodes without passing through an intermediate node.
Transporting passengers from one destination to another.
Point-to-point protocol provides a standard method for transporting multi-protocol datagrams over point-to-point links. To top
Refers to a communications line that provides a path from one location to another.
A network in which pairs of stations communicate directly with each other.
A communications channel that runs from one point to another.
Represents service and rates for shipments in door-to-door service.