posted by Pepy .
You have worked as a network engineer for a few years, but your job at Con-nectSpree is the first opportunity you've had to work for an ISP. You'll be working on the part of ConnectSpree's network that provides customer con-nections to the Internet. This network relies on hardware and connections that differ from those found on ordinary office networks. List some ways in which an ISP network's hardware would differ from hardware found on the LAN or WAN of a nonprovider network. For example, in what ways do you suppose ConnectSpree's routers differ from the routers at, say, a public high school or at an insurance office? What kind of routing protocols and through¬put rates would ConnectSpree's border routers support? What kinds of gate-ways would you probably find on ConnectSpree's network?