I am in a phase to implement a network at one of the customers location and they have 5 branch offices.I am new if anyone has a experience.I am confused from where to start.As this is my first project for full implementation.Also if some one can give me the steps in which I should proceed so to avoid confusion later.
Re: Planning a network implementation for 5 branches
I have to implement 5 switches , 5 routers , a firewall at the head office and also Radius server , syslog server.No VoIP but need scalability for VoIP.Also the branch offices should be using the internet gateway from the head office so that the internet access can be controlled and monitored.Vpn access for the external users with all the previlages and also for some of the home users for email and application server access.
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