Networking

VLANs Antivirus Fault Tolerance And Disaster Recovery

As far as network administration goes, nothing is more important than fault tolerance and disaster recovery. First and foremost, it is the responsibility of the network administrator to safeguard the data held on the servers and to ensure that when requested, this data is ready to go.

Because both fault tolerance and disaster recovery are such an important part of network administration. In that light, this tutorial is important both in terms of real-world application.

Before diving into the fault tolerant and disaster recovery objectives, we will start this tutorial by reviewing the function of virtual LANs (VLANS).

by BrainBellupdated
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