Network Consultant's Handbook
Network Consultants Handbook is a resource to consultants and engineers to assess, audit, analyze, and evaluate any existing or future network environment. Resources include form templates to complete during a network audit, important device commands to aid in obtaining vital information, and additional forms to aid in documentation. Real-world case studies serve as valuable examples, and network diagramming tips help you prepare consistent drawings for in-house documentation. Network audit and evaluation guidelines aid in data gathering and analysis of network environments Real-world case studies serve as valuable and relevant examples Network diagramming tips aid consultants and engineers in preparing consistent drawings for in-house documentation
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