Defining Requirements and Roles

Assuming you have decided that building your own Data Center is the right business decision, then the first step in a successful Data Center project is defining the room's purpose. Why is your company building this Data Center? What needs must it meet? What specific functions does it need to perfor...

Enabling RIP and the Effects of Autosummarization

Example 8-4 covers basic RIP configuration, the meaning and implication of the RIP network command, and the effects of the default setting for autosummarization. To examine just those functions, Example 8-4 shows the related RIP configuration on R1, R2, and R6, along with some command output. Exa...

RF Interference

Because of the use of radio waves, wireless LANs is susceptible to several sources of RF interference. Interfering signals cause delay and reduce throughput. If no 802.11 frame transmissions are in process when the interference is present, then the result will be medium access delays. In some cases,...

FCAPS

FCAPS (fault, configuration, accounting, performance and security), the ISO model for network management, is a functional approach that segments management areas into discrete categories, which allows the network manager or management framework to address each in turn and ensure that no area is over...

VLAN Frame Identification

 Because a trunk link can transport many VLANs, a switch must identify frames with their respective VLANs as they are sent and received over a trunk link. Frame identification, or tagging, assigns a unique user-defined ID to each frame transported on a trunk link. Think of this ID as the VLA...

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