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Alternative approach to email traffic analysis
As you ill out the number of clients in each location and the types of users (light, medium,
heavy, or very heavy), the network requirements for the site are displayed, as shown in
Figure 2-19.
Figure 2-19 Network predictions.
You can always split a site into two rows if you have detailed enough profile information
for a site whereby you know the number of light users and the number of heavy users. For
example, you can rename “Site 1” to “London heavy users” and “Site 2” to “London light
users” and provide the appropriate values for each row.
In this tab, there is also a graph, as shown in Figure 2-20, that depicts the traffic distribution
throughout the day. This is patterned based on information you entered in the Input tab,
such as the value of Working Day (hours).
Figure 2-20 Traffic distribution throughout the day.
The Data Tables tab, as shown in Figure 2-21, is where the traffic demands are associated
to the different types of users: light, medium, heavy, and very heavy. We recommend you
not change these values unless you know for certain that your definitions for such users
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