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arranged in a triangle with each building about 500 meters apart. Previously, these buildings were wired with CAT3 UTP running 10BaseT Ethernet. The IT director had mandated that your company will need to use 1000 Mbps Ethernet to the desktop. Define a comprehensive network architecture that fulfills the director’s requirements and allows for future growth.

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