Difference between Revertive and Non-Revertive Protection Schemes

Revertive – When a protection scheme is revertive, it means that when a failed path is restored, the traffic automatically switches back to the original channel. Example of revertive are 1:1, 1:N, BLSR

Non-Revertive – When a protection scheme is non-revertive, it means that the traffic stays on the switched channel and does not switch back even when the failed path is restored. Example of non-revertive are 1+1, UPSR

 

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