Enterprise Network Design: How is It Done?
Networks, especially wide area networks, are increasingly important to organizations, yet network infrastructures may be flawed. This paper discusses what is known about how enterprise networks are designed, updated, and redesigned, drawing on experience and the literature. Research directions are proposed.
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