CISCO 네트워크 과정인 CCNP를 수강하면서 bcmsn파트를 정리했던 것입니다. CCNP를 공부하시는 분께 많은 두움이 될거에요. 참고로 저는 2002년 1월에 CCNP를 획득했습니다.
The major characteristics of a campus environment are that the company that owns the campus network usually owns the physical wires deployed within the campus. The campus network topology is primarily a LAN technology connecting all the end systems within the building and generally uses LAN technologies, such as Ethernet, Token Ring, and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI).
The operational issues of a traditional campus network is it consists of a single LAN and confines all users to a building or several buildings in close proximity to each other.
The factors relating to performance issues with traditional networks are availability and performance, which are impacted by bandwidth in the network. Excessive broadcasts reduce the bandwidth available to the end users.
One of the advantages of localizing traffic is that LAN switches can be used to effectively contain broadcast traffic and separate traffic flows.
The topology of a campus network consists of LAN switches and routers.