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Cisco Enterprise Design Model

First chapter of CCNA4.

David Veach

on 12 April 2011

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Transcript of Cisco Enterprise Design Model

As networks grow, they become more difficult to mange, support, and maintain. Outages and poor performance cause vicious trobule for the poor soul of the network adminstraor. The great innovators of Cisco have created the Cisco Enterprise Architecture which provides a method to help network planners through different stages of network growth. Cisco CEO
John Chambers The Enterprise Campus is a group of multiple LANs connected together. They are generally in a fixed geographic area but can span multiple buidling. The Campus Architecture allows easy exansion for networks to include additional buildings or floors. The Enterprise Edge module enables the enterprise to use Internet and partner resources. It also performs as an interchange between the campus module and the other modules in the Enterprise. This module allows to extend the applications and services found at the campus to thousands of remote locations and users. We all know the ISP
proivides the Internetz. Data centers are responsible for managing
and maintaining the many data systems that are vital to modern business operations. The Enterprise Teleworker module allows individual people to connect to network resources from their homes. Cisco Enterprise Design Model
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