What aspects of designing a network are the most difficult

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What aspects of designing this network were the most difficult? Knowing what you know now, how would you go about it differently next time?

What advice would you give to a fellow IT professional that is getting into learning fundamentals of networking?

All of the devices you configured have a software counterpart. In theory, you could create an entire enterprise level infrastructure using only computers to do all of the routing, firewalling, NATting, switching, etc., Why do you think this option is not commonly implemented?

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Dmitry
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All the time, layer 1 was the most troublesome, in light of the fact that as innovation
advances, there were technicalities to approaching Shannon algorithm to an increasing extent.
This was valid for wired and remote connections. For example, 1000BASE-T took a fair size in
class flag preparing to implement, (Alur, Page 7).
For next time, I would contrast this with Layer 2, or extremely any of the upper layers...

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