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Local-area networks (LANs) are becoming increasingly congested and overburdened because of a dramatic increase in traffic, faster CPUs and operating systems, and more network-intensive applications. Many organizations that use network and computing technology use LAN switching to take advantage of high-speed traffic forwarding and improved performance of traditional Ethernet technologies that don't require costly wiring upgrades or time-consuming host reconfiguration. "Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals" provides administrators of campus networks with the most up-to-date introduction to LAN switching within a traditional Ethernet environment.
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