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Decisions made regarding the network architecture and design need to be defensible from several perspectives: technical, in order to be able to address any technical challenges made against your architecture and design; budgetary, to ensure that network costs are within budget or to justify why a budget has been exceeded; schedule, to ensure that time frames for development, installation, testing, and operations are being met; and resources, such as personnel or equipment, to ensure that the customer has everything necessary to build and operate this network.

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Cover of Network Analysis, Architecture, and Design, 3rd Edition

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