The Borg Cube Justification

CISCO COLLECTIVE - MERCED COLLEGE - SEMESTER 3 - THREADED CASE STUDY - C.C.N.A.

  

 

C.C.N.A./T.C.S.

Justification
Logical
Wiring Diagram
IP Addressing
IP Address Ranges
Router Configs
Access Control Lst
Naming Convention
Network Security
Policies
Cut Sheets
Cabling
Servers
Equipment List
Costs
HiperLinks

 

 

In designing the LAN for Royal Palm we decided to spend the money first in developing a quality backbone that will allow for all the bandwidth required for present needs and for future needs within the next 10 years.  

We put in a gigabit backbone, both fiber and copper.  The fiber, which connects all buildings to the MDF, is 6 pair of single mode fiber.  It connects all 15 structures in the school; two of which will be lit and 4 will be terminated but left dark.  This will provide scalability for future bandwidth.  

The interior of each building will have backbone cabling of CAT6 Gigabit copper.  Although for now each run to the classrooms will be 100MB it can easily be scaled up to Gigabit when the need arises.  Four runs to each classroom, two of which will go to the classroom switch, one will be redundant, one to the classroom network printer, and one to the teachers workstation.  

The run going to the teacherís workstation will not go through the classroom switch.  The port on the switch in the IDF that the teacherís run is connected to will be configured to VLAN2 which will be the ADMIN network (10.64.16.0).  

All other ports will be configured to VLAN1 the STUDENT network (10.64.32.0).  

The router will provide communication between VLANs with ACLs to provide security for the ADMIN net.  

All servers will be located in the MDF and all will be located on the STUDENT net.  The only exception to this will be the SASI server, which will reside only on the ADMIN net.  

The access list will block all student access to the ADMIN net while allowing all access to the STUDENT net.  

Each classroom will have a switch no hubs will be used thus providing for a totally switched network environment.   If broadcasts become a problem in the future, more VLANs will be created to further segment the network.  

The switches in the IDF and MDF are modular and capable of upgrading or just changing configuration of ports by simply replacing or rearranging modules.

 

   

CISCO COLLECTIVE - MERCED COLLEGE - SEMESTER 3 - THREADED CASE STUDY - C.C.N.A.

INSTRUCTOR: Bob Hughes
CISCO COLLECTIVE:
Anthony Thomas, Doug Richards, Eduardo Alvear, Mike Murdock, Nick Grissett and Tomy Saengdaia. 
CLASS: T-TH, 8-10PM, 2001.

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