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Reference: Cisco: Internetworking Basics
Planning and designing is the first phase of any network and involves making decisions about the type of network that best suits the needs of the organization. The first consideration to make in designing a network is the network hardware that will be involved. Take for example:
The above factors can be helpful in determining the size of your local-area network. Once this is complete, it is now time to continue the planning phase from the perspective of the software to be used. Consider the following:
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