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What is a redundant network? A redundant network is a network in which there is extra capacity, in case certain components fail. Redundant networks allow for you to cut downtime and to increase reliability. The best solution would be to allow physical loops, but to create a loop free logical topology. This can be done by utilizing the spanning tree protocol. STP allows a certain algorithm to be used on the network, resulting in a loop free logical topology. Redundant networks also allow you to have spare switches, spare routers and spare servers, it can get expensive, but allows for 24/7 availability. As a business you will need to weigh the costs of extra equipment against the cost of network downtime.
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