91983-7 The first comprehensive, objective guide to Layer 3 switching Layer 3 switching is the next generation of LAN routing and switching technology-capable of transmission speeds up to ten times as fast at one-tenth the cost of current systems. Layer 3 Switching: A Guide for IT Professionals is the first systematic guide to this new technology. It presents clear criteria, business models and proven techniques for evaluating L3 switching products-and for planning and managing their implementation. Coverage includes: * How to determine whether Layer 3 switching really makes sense for your organization * Top 10 issues you must address to successfully deploy Layer 3 Switching * Real-world network designs incorporating Layer 3 switching * Practical explanations of what Layer 3 Switching is-and what it is not * Key differences between packet-by-packet L3 switches and L3 flow switches Discover how L3 switching can be used to evolve today's overtaxed server farm and collapsed backbone networks. Learn how L3 switching can be used to supplement FDDI to support applications that demand high bandwidth and high reliability.Compare today's leading approaches, with extensive examples of current products-including detailed real-world benchmarks for six L3 switches. Finally, understand your options for managing L3 switches once you've implemented them. Whether you're a network manager, professional, or consultant, if you need better LAN performance, you need this objective, no-hype guide to Level 3 switching.
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