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SUNNYSLOPE SCHOOL PROJECT BY SWG ENGINEERING Group Members CINDY CINDY STEVE STEVE GALLO GALLO York Technical College Cisco Networking ACADEMY.

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1 SUNNYSLOPE SCHOOL PROJECT BY SWG ENGINEERING Group Members CINDY CINDY STEVE STEVE GALLO GALLO York Technical College Cisco Networking ACADEMY

2 Presentation Outline Objective User Requirements LAN/WAN Design Considerations Router Commands (ACL) Advantages / Disadvantages Costing

3 User Requirements A scalable and durable network A scalable and durable network Anticipated Growth Anticipated Growth WAN 100% and LAN 1000% WAN 100% and LAN 1000% Speed Connectivity Speed Connectivity To Workstations – 1Mbps To Workstations – 1Mbps To Servers – 100Mbps To Servers – 100Mbps Protocols: TCP/IP and IPX Protocols: TCP/IP and IPX Internet Access: Frame Relay Internet Access: Frame Relay

4 LAN and Classroom Requirements LAN Infrastructure LAN Infrastructure - Ethernet Switching - Ethernet Switching Classroom Requirements Classroom Requirements - 23 Curriculum Workstations - 23 Curriculum Workstations - 1 Instructor or Administration Workstation - 1 Instructor or Administration Workstation - 1 Wiring Closet for Wires and Networking Hardware - 1 Wiring Closet for Wires and Networking Hardware

5 Topology Requirements Star and Extended Star Servers - Enterprise Servers - Enterprise Servers Master DNS and administrative Master DNS and administrative Application Server Application Server Server Server - Workgroup Server - Workgroup Server Library Server DNS and Administrative Server Application Server Server

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7 This is a classroom sample This is a classroom sample

8 Security Security Access from Sunnyslope to Internet is denied Access from Sunnyslope to Internet is denied Two LAN infrastructures Two LAN infrastructures Administrative LAN prohibits traffic from Curriculum LAN Administrative LAN prohibits traffic from Curriculum LAN Both ID and Password policies will be established and strictly followed Both ID and Password policies will be established and strictly followed and directory services will be allowed to Curriculum LAN and directory services will be allowed to Curriculum LAN

9 IGRP ( Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) IGRP ( Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) Pro’s It’s ability to handle complex and indefinite topology It’s ability to handle complex and indefinite topology Flexibility for segments with different bandwidth and delay Flexibility for segments with different bandwidth and delay Scalability to function in large to small networks, more flexible than RIP Scalability to function in large to small networks, more flexible than RIPCon’s More complex configuration of the router. Two basic step process (router commands and protocols.) More complex configuration of the router. Two basic step process (router commands and protocols.) May have increased topology convergence time with the use of hold downs. May have increased topology convergence time with the use of hold downs.

10 VLAN (Virtual Local-Area Network) VLAN (Virtual Local-Area Network) Pro’s VLAN covers the entire network. VLAN covers the entire network. Separations of users/group regardless of location. Separations of users/group regardless of location. Controlled broadcast and increased security by the turning on and off ports. Controlled broadcast and increased security by the turning on and off ports.Con’s More upfront administration to implement. Need to build a database within VLAN software. More upfront administration to implement. Need to build a database within VLAN software. Switches to be configured. Switches to be configured.

11 PPP (Point-to-Point) PPP (Point-to-Point) Pro’s Interoperability between network vendors. Interoperability between network vendors. LCP for negotiating basic line interoperability LCP for negotiating basic line interoperability Family of network protocols for negotiation individual Layer 3 protocols. Family of network protocols for negotiation individual Layer 3 protocols.Con’s PPP0E is currently only supported by Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) switching. PPP0E is currently only supported by Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) switching.

12 ISDN (Integrated Services Digital NETWORK) ISDN (Integrated Services Digital NETWORK) Pro’s Provides a reliable backup link Provides a reliable backup link Provides access to to digital video, circuit – switched data and telephone network services by using normal telephone network that is circuit-switched. Provides access to to digital video, circuit – switched data and telephone network services by using normal telephone network that is circuit-switched.Con’s  ISDN is slower than T1 lines, uses a B channel of 64 kbps.  Security issues because of connection over public telephone lines.  ISDN uses only HDLC encapsulation type.

13 Frame Relay Frame Relay Pro’s Provides a flexible method of connecting LAN’s over frame relay WAN links. Provides a flexible method of connecting LAN’s over frame relay WAN links. Provides packet- switching data communication between user devices Provides packet- switching data communication between user devices Split horizon reduces routing loops. Split horizon reduces routing loops.Con’s Configuration of a router Configuration of a router Configuration for more enhancement of router. Configuration for more enhancement of router.

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