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    Question traffic model between all the customer sites

    Hi,

    Below sentence is from a Cisco technical document.
    Note: The traffic in it means network traffic.

    It is much easier to predict the traffic and thus the bandwidth requirement of one site than to predict the complete traffic model between all the customer sites.
    For the highlighted phrase, can I say "all of the customer sites"?

    I have a little confusion about using "all of ... " and "all ...", not sure which situation should use "all of ..." and which should be "all ...".

    Please help, thanks.

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    Re: traffic model between all the customer sites

    There's no difference here- both are fine.

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