Designing campus networks
Introduction to the campus network; Traffic patterns; Understanding traffic patterns; Server placement; The effects of broadcast traffic; Factoring in multimedia traffic; Looking at local versus cross-campus traffic; Essential elements of design; Network reliability and resiliency; Setting traffic priorities; Addressing security issues; Designing for change and growth; Campus design and implementation; Understanding the structural foundation of network design; Design one: a barebone netork; Design two: a scalable network; Design three: a complex network; Preparing for the future.
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Understanding Traffic Patterns
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asymmetric encryption backup bandwidth barebone blueprint broadcast domain broadcast frame broadcast traffic campus LAN campus network Chapter client complex design configured core block core switch cross-campus traffic Data link layer default gateway DHCP DHCP Discover DHCP Request DHCP server distributed server Distribution Switch DVMRP EIGRP endstation enterprise servers Ethernet example hash function Host HSRP IGMP IGMP Join implemented interface Internet IP address IP default gateway IP multicast Layer 2 switches MAC address method MOSPF multicast routing multicast traffic multimedia applications multimedia group multimedia server multimedia traffic network design network devices network logon nodes operation OSPF packets PIM sparse-mode prioritized traffic Priority queuing Rendezvous point routing protocol RSVP scalable design scalable network send traffic sends the traffic server block shown in Figure shows Spanning Tree Station subnet symmetric encryption tion traffic going traffic patterns unicast user-level VLANs video server VLAN wiring closet switch workstations