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In the image below, are bridge1, bdidge2 and bridge3 connected to each other? and how? i tried to design this in Cisco packet tracer and i used a hub to connect the three bridges? is that right?

Network Diagram

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Assuming that bridge means two port switch, then a multiport hub can be used to interconnect the bridges. You aren't using switches, correct? – dbasnett Dec 9 '11 at 20:04

They are obviously not directly connected however data can certainly move throughout LAN1/LAN2/LAN3 as they are interconnected via the bridges.

With a bridge being a scaled down switch; the communication path is based on settings. Generally speaking though yes, they can communicate with each other and are bridging the LAN's with each other.

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