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Chapter 2: Campus Network Design Fundamentals CCNP R&S SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching Course v6 Chapter # © 2007 – 2010, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1 Chapter 2 Objectives  Enterprise Campus Network Design  Hierachical Network Design: Core Layer, Distribution Layer, Access Layer  Modular Network Design  Layer 2 Switch Operation  Layer 3 Switch Operation  Managing Switching Tables  Types of Multilayer Switching  Route Caching  Topology Based Chapter #
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