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 is accessible by everyone.
- Different users should have different permissions for the documentation files (read/write).
- It should be secured.
The cabling system is a fundamental part of network performance in organizations of any size, but this becomes . . .
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