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i need help on a assigment

Discussion in 'Networking' started by tommy1234, Mar 29, 2008.

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  1. tommy1234

    tommy1234 Thread Starter

    Mar 29, 2008
    i will pay someone if they can do this networking assigment.
    i will send the assigment over msn and then u can give me a offer for doing it.
    the basic questions are....

    Reference all work.
    1. Produce a properly formatted report with a front cover, contents page, index and glossary. (10 marks)
    2. Justify the location for a server and discuss the HVAC and other standards it requires. (10 marks)
    3. Design a suitable wiring scheme for the network, including the server room. (20 marks)
    All wiring must adhere to a justified stated standard and be strictly adhered to.
    Each floor must be a separate VLAN and lead back to a suitable switch, each switch must then be connected to
    the server room via a suitable medium.
    4. Specify and cost the network hardware required for each floor and the server room. (10 marks)
    5. Specify the wiring and trunking required for the wiring scheme. (10 marks)
    6. Cost the wiring and trunking for each floor, totalling the whole project at the end. (10 marks)
    7. Assuming that the network number has been assigned to the company design a (20 marks)
    subnet addressing strategy that allows each floor to have its own subnet.
    In a table list each floors network number, host range, subnet mask and broadcast address.
    State the CIDR.
    8. Discuss how the various subnets can communicate with each other. (10 marks)
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

    Oct 19, 2002
    Sorry, but we're not going to do your homework for you. What's the point of taking the course if you don't intend to learn anything? :rolleyes:
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