Over network layout

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 Question by Kaznu Merac posted 05 Oct 2005
 Over network layout
Hi,
I'm interested in supplying high-speed internet to MDUs and I'm interested to know what the best network layout would be.
Here is the design I'm assuming from the top of the stream:
T1/T3fromISP<--->Router<--->CMTS<--->CableModems

I have a few questions in regards to this:
Is this the most efficient layout?
Have I missed any devices (other than DHCP/TFTP/TOD Servers)?
Do I need a Headend?

Thanks for your time.
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 06 Oct 2005
Dear Kaznu,

Sorry but this helpdesk is primarily geared to answered structured cabling questions. We cannot supply information on active component design.

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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