Chapter 5. Implementing High Availability and Redundancy in a Campus Network

A network with high availability provides an alternative means that enables constant access to all infrastructure paths and key servers. High availability is not just about adding redundant devices. It implies planning to understand where the points of failure occur and designing the network so that an alternative solution exists to compensate for the loss of these points of failure. ...

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