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Cisco WAN Switching Professional Reference

Cisco WAN Switching Professional Reference

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As client/server applications become more demanding and corporations and e-businesses depend more heavily on the wide-area network (WAN) infrastructure, there is a growing need for skilled WAN engineers who are trained to design and maintain high-availability WANs. Cisco WAN Switching Professional Reference from Cisco Press helps you choose the appropriate equipment for your environment and gives you the tools you need to implement and support the entire line of Cisco WAN switches. In Chapter 1, author Tracy Thorpe provides you with background and an overview on Cisco and WAN switching.

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This was first published in May 2002

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