Chapter 10. Failover and Redundancy

With more organizations moving toward e-commerce, dependence on both LANs and WANs has increased drastically. They cannot afford to lose connectivity with their core servers in the network infrastructure. This connectivity loss could cause multimillion-dollar revenue losses per minute. Consequently, organizations want to deploy and maintain reliable network devices to ensure nonstop availability and nearly 100 percent uptime. They do so by implementing layers of redundant devices to prevent interruption should any network component fail.

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