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A nonbroadcast multiple access network (NBMA) is a network to which multiple computers and devices are attached, but data is transmitted directly from one computer to another over a virtual circuit or across a switching fabric, NBMA do not support multicast or broadcast traffic. Some common examples of nonbroadcast network media include ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode), Frame Relay, and X.25.
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