One of the major concerns in the network design phase is ensuring that the IP addressing scheme is properly designed. This aspect should be carefully planned and an implementation strategy should exist for the structural, hierarchical, and contiguous allocation of IP address blocks. A solid addressing scheme should be hierarchical, structural, and modular.
These features will add value to the continually improving concept of the Enterprise Campus design. This is also important in scaling any of the dynamic routing protocols. A solid IP addressing scheme helps routing protocols function in an optimal manner, using RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF, or BGP. Facilitating . . .
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