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Bumblebee Networks packet flow

Updated: Feb 3

This document shows you how Bumblebee Networks works from packet flow point of view.


For an on-prem consumer network wishing to connect to an on-prem business application in a different organization or geographically different location, the diagram below illustrates how Bumblebee Network works.



Bumblebee Networks packet flow
Bumblebee Networks packet flow

As the above packet flow shows, the hosts in the consumer-1 network think the application App-x has a DNS name consumer1. app-x.bumblebeenet.com which resolves to the Endpoint deployed in its local network. Similarly, the hosts in the consumer-2 network think the application App-x has a DNS name consumer2.app-x.bumblebeenet.com which resolves to the Endpoint in its local network. The fact that these networks have overlapping network address range do not matter.



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