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What is the difference between a logical network design and a physical network design?

What is the difference between a logical network design and a physical network design?

The following expert responses, by Joel Johnson and Chris Partsenidis, respectively, explain the differences between logical network designs and physical network designs, as well as their benefits and uses.

What's the difference between a logical design of a network and a physical design of a network?

Why is it useful to use both a physical and a logical network design?
 

This was first published in September 2004

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