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  1. guest
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    Upon configuration, a subscriber can communicate with the DDN node.
    Is it
    Upon configuration, a subscriber can communicate through the DDN node.

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    Re: through or with

    Quote Originally Posted by guest View Post
    Upon configuration, a subscriber can communicate with the DDN node.
    Is it
    Upon configuration, a subscriber can communicate through the DDN node.
    They could both be true, depending on where the DDN node is in the network. The first one imples this case:

    Sender----------------------------DDN (where the receiver is logged in)

    The second one implies this case:

    Sender------------DDN-------------------Receiver

    Perhaps the meaning of "DDN" would clarify which of the two is right.

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