Cisco® Certified Design Associate (CCDA) Certification Practice Questions

Exam: 200-310

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Q3. When considering the enterprise campus design, which network application category most requires high throughput over the WAN network, and involves high costs?

A. peer-to-peer

B. client-local server

C. client-server farm

D. client-enterprise edge server

Correct Answer: C


Client - Server farm architectures require high-capacity links to the servers and redundant connections to provide high availability. Costs are lower for peer-to-peer applications and highest for applications that traverse the network with high availability. For example, you have an applications server at the company head quarters, and you are accessing it from a branch office over a WAN link, you need high speed, high-availability link. The costs associated with this link are obviously higher than if the application server is located within the branch itself (even better if it resides within the LAN segment).

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