Design an Ethernet LAN for level 5, building D Footscray Campus, Victoria University.
D5 floor plan can be downloaded from VU Collaborate.
Computer labs are painted in green. Each PC lab has 20 computers and 1 printer
Offices are painted in pink. Each office room can connect 4 computers.
The technical room is painted in cyan where the main switches and routers are located
- Each PC lab is on a separate IP sub-network
- All office computers are on a single IP sub-network
- The LAN is connected to the main campus network and the Internet using a FastEthernet fiber optic link (100Base-FX). Assume that the default gateway address is 184.108.40.206.
- The LAN operates on a class A sub-network: 10.10x.1y0.0/23 where x, y is the last two digits of your student id.
o For instance, if the last two digits 09 then the subnet is 10.100.190.0/23
- Available networking devices and accessories that you can use in this project:
o Cisco 2950/2960 series switches
o Cisco ISR router 2620 series with all available modules
o All types of network cables and connectors
Your task: Design and configure the LAN to meet the design requirements.
The design document should include
o A network diagram of the LAN with detailed information to show the functionality of each network device in the diagram.
o A site map that show the deployment location of each network device in the site
o A detailed list of the network inventories including:
The network devices with detailed specification and amount of each type
Network cables and estimated amount of each cable type in meters,
Any other accessories such as connectors and tools.
o An IP network addressing plan that specifies:
For each subnet, the network address, broadcast address, valid host address range that will be assigned to the PCs. Note that you need to spare 10% of the total addresses of each subnet for future development.
The IP address of each router interface.
Any unused address space
The configuration document includes
o Detailed configuration commands for all routers and switches
o A packet tracer file implements a simplified solution of the LAN
Each sub-network has 2 computers
o Screenshots from packet tracer showing you can connect between sub-networks and the gateway (using ping to verify the connectivity)
- Project is given on week 7
- Final project submission is due on week 13 (Friday)
- No extension will be given unless special consideration is approved by the unit coordinator. Each day late, 5% of the total mark will be deducted.
Marking schemes: (Scale to 30% of final grade)
1. Solution (50%):
a. Working solution: 40%
b. Optimality: 10%
2. Documentation and presentation (50%)
a. Sufficient information as required: 40% b. Well presentenced: 10%
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