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Redundancy is having alternate paths for data to travel to reach each critical location. Redundancy is important in both LANs and WANs.

It is important to duplicate each component: Communications lines, Routers, Switches and Firewalls.

A high-speed communications line is not always required for redundancy. A redundant line should be connected to a redundant router. The routers should be connected to different Ethernet switches. An example would be to use a Cable Internet line to backup a Fiber Internet line.

Beyond Turbo Networks is committed to optimizing your networks performance and increasing stability and reliability through network redundancy.