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Full-connected network

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A fully-connected network is a mesh network in which each of the nodes is connected to every other node. A fully connected network does not need to use switching nor broadcasting. However, its major disadvantage is that the number of connections grows quadratically with the number of nodes and so it is extremely impractical for large networks.

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