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9/19/20181P3 Select LAN devices based on features and requirements, and apply basic configuration commands for network connectivity.Discuss the analysis and configuration of router redundancy protocols for IPv4.Tutor-led/facilitated group discussions and tutorials on features of first-hop redundancy protocols.Tutorials on different router redundancy protocols.Group work: Research and discuss default gateway limitations and solutions.Individual work: Configure router redundancy protocols for IPv4.Review, analyse and configure router redundancy protocols for IPv6.Tutor-led/facilitated group discussions and tutorials on features of first-hop redundancy protocols for IPv6.Tutorials on different router redundancy protocols.Individual work: Configure router redundancy protocols for IPv6.Pair work: Research and compare configuration commands for IPv4 and IPv6.OBJECTIVESLO2 Implement a network using LAN design principles based on a predefined set of requirementsOBJECTIVESNetwork Diameter:For PC1tocommunicatewith PC3, thedata musttraverse 6intermediateswitches.In this case, the network diameter is 6.Each switch introduces some latency.In a hierarchical network, network diameter is always going to be a predictable number of hops between the source and destination devices.
9/19/20182Layer 3 SupportVery High Forwarding RateGigabit/10 GigabitRedundant ComponentsLink AggregationQuality of Service (QoS)In a traffic intensive environment (Network), Bandwidth Aggregation is used to provide the aggregation of multiple physical links, creating a single virtual link that carries the bandwidth sum (or close to the sum) of each physical link. Bandwidth aggregation is used to provide both performance and redundancy.
9/19/20183Redundancy :Is one part ofcreating a highly available network.Multiple linksbetweenswitches or multiple devices.It can get expensive and most likely will not be done on the access layer because of the cost and variety of devices.It is feasible at the distribution and core layers. Redundancy :Is one part ofcreating a highly available network.Multiple linksbetweenswitches or multiple devices.It can get expensive and most likely will not be done on the access layer because of the cost and variety of devices.It is feasible at the distribution and core layers.
9/19/20184AccessDistributionCoreBandwidth (Link) AggregationFastEthernet/Gigabit EthernetGigabit Ethernet/10 Gigabit EthernetHigh Forwarding RateLayer 3 SupportPort SecurityPower Over Ethernet (PoE)Quality of Service (QoS)Redundant ComponentsSecurity Policies/Access Control ListsVery High Forwarding RateVLANsRedundancy :Is one part ofcreating a highly available network.

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