Networking Assignment

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arvi_rai

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Any one assist me with this please:


ATZ Publishing Company occupies three buildings - buildings A, B, and C. Building A has one room containing 16 computers and one printer. Building B has two rooms – one containing 8 computers, the other containing 9 computers and one printer. Building C has three rooms – two rooms containing 10 computers and one printer each and the other room contains 4 computers. The distances between the buildings are shown in the diagram (please see diagram). The owner of the company is keen to improve the efficiency of the business and is considering installing a client/server Local Area Network (LAN) based on Windows NT 4. All users need access to two centralised file and printer servers. The LAN infrastructure should be based on Ethernet technology and all design consideration should include 50% growth. The management is concerned about security and would like a networking solution that is fast, scaleable, reliable, and offers easy troubleshooting.
 
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