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how to design a big network infrastructure setup

what are the main point to keep in mind while design a network infrastructure setup for any organization more than thousand node and multiple blocks

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Roundtrip delay and vlan / L3

Roundtrip delay and vlan / L3 segmentation.

For everything else I would need more information.

The applications that will be

The business needs and the applications that will be running over that network; these will define most of the requirements.

applications will run like

applications will run like surfing, video watching,sql database , erp etc.
 

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If by a thousand nodes, you mean hosts, considering that a 6500/6807 can have about 1,000 ports, you'll need to provide much more detail in your requirements.

what type of information

what type of information required in detail can you explain please.

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The detail information would be all your network needs and requirements.

Since you're looking for network design advise, you might start here: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/enterprise/design-zone-borderless-networks/index.html

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If you don't know what you're

If you don't know what you're doing, get someone who can. 

 

Designing a medium to large network is no easy tasks.  There are just too many variables to go wrong and go wrong quickly.

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