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The standard SAN design consists of the following:
The suggested SAN topology for optimizing functionality, administration and scalability is a tiered, core-edge topology. This strategy delivers great performance without needless interconnections. At a higher level, the tiered topology includes a multitude of edge switches employed for device connectivity, plus a few of the core switches intended for routing traffic in between the edge switches.