Begin discussing the logical design of the Local Area Network for Taylor & Sons Financial Consulting. The logical design of a network provides a means to ensure that the network will meet the expected requirements and allow for future growth. One of the ways it does this is to document the logical addressing that describes the network interconnects. A logical network diagram should clearly show the IP addressing of the entire network. In addition, it should provide for future expansion by showing extra IP addresses available. A logical diagram will also show the network architecture, with the following information: Domain architecture, including the existing domain hierarchy, names, and addressing scheme (Microsoft, 2015). Server roles, including primary or backup domain controllers, DHCP service servers, or WINS servers (Microsoft, 2015). Trust relationships, including representations of transitive, one-way, and two-way trust relationships (Microsoft, 2015).