Chapter 25 covers topic 4.5 from the official CompTIA Network+ blueprint: Describe the purpose of configuration management documentation. This chapter describes the process of documenting networks in each phase, including wire schemes, network maps, documentation, cable management, asset management, baselines, and change management.
Documentation is critical in organizations of all sizes, especially during troubleshooting processes and network modifications. Some of the most important characteristics of network documentation include the following:
- Each organization should have a standard that defines how the documentation is created, maintained, and accessed.
- It is usually centrally maintained in a repository that . . .
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