Design a banking network, Computer Networking

 You have been asked to design a Banking Network with two primary types of locations. 

  • Branches that will have 3 subnets, one /25 subnet one /26 subnet for ABMS and one /26 subnet for the security system. All subnets can be summarized to one /24 network.
  • Campus location with multiple /24 subnets in each location, locations vary in size from 60 users to 3000 users in large campuses.
  • There are 1120 branch locations and 75 Campus locations.

What routing protocol(s) would you recommend for this network?  Explain the reasons for your selection; refer to the specific features of the protocols that influenced your selection.

 

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