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About Network Routing and Switching

Learn about UK network routing and switching topology and architecture, as well as how to choose cost-effective WAN and LAN routers and switches and methods to improve network performance and use of network capacity through routing and switching. Find out about the systems administration behind network routing and switching and about how to use switching and routing to implement VLANs and network segmenting. Also browse our resources on using routers to host multiple applications such as security, monitoring and load balancing.