Designing Campus Networks

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Macmillan Technical Pub., Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 465 pages
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This practical, thoroughly illustrated text looks at network design criteria both individually and integrated into a local area network. Contemporary challenges facing network designers are covered, including traffic patterns, types, and prioritization; security, redundancy, and scalability. Then, network blueprints which incorporate all these challenges, in varying degrees, are presented. Network designers can scale and adjust these blueprints to accommodate the unique mix of design criteria for their particular networks.

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Contents

Introduction
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Traffic Patterns
4
Understanding Traffic Patterns
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