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Best Practices For Core Lawyer

Hello, excuseme for my english, writing from Venezuela.

I am about to update The network for an International Airport. They have 450 users between Work stations, printers and VoIP Phones, 10 servers just 3 of them are critical. In a clones future They want to extend The LAN Services to remote offices to provid internet access with 8 lightweight AP 2504 and 60 802.11 b/g AP for 200 users.

For core options:

1.- one pair of 4500x with 32 SFP+ as a VSS.

2.- one pair of 4507R+E with sup 7E

3.- One 4507R+E with two sup 7E redundancy mode.

Agregation lawyer:

1.- A pair of 4948E

2.- a pair of 3750x stacked

3.- One 4507R+E with two sup 7E redundancy mode.

Pelase, ley me Know Your impressions about The pros and cons about each option and Your ideal combination core+Agregation.

Aditionally, wich is The best practices for deployment The 4507R+E in redundancy mode. I mean, do i have to add 2 Line cards for UTP Connection and 2 Line cards for Fiber? In order to garantee redundancy?

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