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The authors report on the experience on multidimensional aspects of the faculty's network design and management, including some unique aspects such as campus-wide VLANs and ghosting, security and monitoring, switching and routing, and others. They outline a historical perspective on certain research, design, and development decisions and discuss the network topology, its scalability, and management in detail; the services the network provides, and its evolution. They overview the security aspects of the management as well as data management and automation and the use of the data by other members of the IT group in the faculty.
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