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Figure 1.1 shows the flow of the six basic steps of Cisco's design methodology. Although the design methodology does not include all the steps or tasks involved in a real-world implementation, Cisco will expect you to apply this model to scenarios presented to you in the CID exam.
Understand the six-step network design methodology. The six steps to follow in order are: analyze the requirements for the network; develop the internetwork structure; configure the standards, including addresses, names, and equipment types; configure the components; add new features; and implement, monitor, and maintain the network. Each step is considered critical and should not be overlooked.
Be able to describe the details of each step of network design methodology. You need to be able to describe each step in the proper sequence and apply each step to the context of network design.
Methodology: A set of steps used to systematically design, construct, or solve a problem.
Standards: A set of rules or criteria that outline the operation of a task or process....