Should I make site linked to each other sites to form network?

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We have seven offices with a physical DC, a corresponding subnet and a site in AD for each. I tried looking in their IP site links and the former admin had a site link named Northwest (is it a default name?) and all other sites linked to it. I noticed that this was creating some problems with the KCC and is not able to form a spanning tree profile.

All of the sites are properly connected by a business ADSL (5/50mbps) or a cable and VPN links. For an optimum performance, should I make a site linked to each other sites to form a network? Or would a hub or spoke work better with the admin, which will perform FSMO roles will be located in the middle?

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Should I make site linked to each other sites to form network?

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Hello Trevorvalentin

 

I suggest that you should use a hub because of a number of good reasons. First of all your seven offices must be some distance apart. In this case it will be appropriate to use a hub because it would be cheap. This will enable the nodes on the network to share information still; however this might slow down information transmission rate over a network. However you can use switches because they are more intelligent thus transfer of information takes lesser time. I hope this will help you. Thank you

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