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RE: Network Design Aaron DeBarr 9/14/2016 5:33:39 PM Logical design is an abstract concept in computer programming by which programmers arrange data in a series of logical relationships known as attributes or entities. An entity refers to a chunk of information, whereas an attribute defines the unique properties of an entity. Ref RE: Network Design Melody Barnhill 9/11/2016 9:38:08 PM A logical design is the CONCEPTUAL BLUEPRINT of a software application, illustrating entities, relationships, rules, and processes. The logical design tells the developer what processes the application must support, and are usually very detailed. All software applications model some process, most support hundreds . RE: Network Design Leslie Thames 9/12/2016 1:23:05 PM Before considering the best cabling system grade for your network, logical network design goals must be determined. Once logical network design goals have been outlined, work on physical network infrastructure design can begin. Logical network design involves assessing the needs for a network and serves as the basis for physical network infrastructure design. Logical network design depends on the needs of the users of the network. The most basic issues that your logical network design will address are what the users are doing on the network and how the applications will use the network in the immediate and distant future. The lifecycle of the applications will have an impact on the creation of stable systems. If an existing network is in place, plans on how will it be transitioned to a new network should include data preservation and security. Application­specific information includes optimal throughput speed for each application as well as the type of protocols to be used. RE: Network Design Christopher Grindey 9/12/2016 9:45:35 AM A logical network design is produced from a needs analysis and lays out the network elements needed to meet the requirements of the organization. This design does not detail products or technologies needed, rather it specifies the functionality required, such as high speed access. In contrast, the physical network design begins with the server and client computers needed to set up the network, if a network exists, then what is needed to be upgraded. After this has been accomplished, the devices and circuits that will connect the computers, can be designed. [Fitz2014] Jerry Fitzgerald: Alan Dennis: Alexandra Durchikova. Business Data Communications and Networking, 12th Edition. Retrieved on Sept 12, 2016 from RE: Network Design Shauna Allen 9/12/2016 2:16:03 PM
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9/25/2016 Topic Print View (NEXT(9aa8e367917140bc999f3323f7766024))/Main/CourseMode/Topic/TopicPrintView.ed?topicID=9000009367938&so… 3/21 First, perform the needs analysis. Figure out why they need the network to be built, who will use it, and with which applications. Decide on the network architecture component. Make sure all buildings are the same LAN rather than just similar. Streamline it. Since there are no
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