AMA COMPUTER COLLEGE MAKATI CITY

CASE STUDY PRESENTATION As partial fulfillment of the subject

CCIT04A
Network Fundamentals

3rd tri 2009-2010

Prof. Maricel Y. Villalino Instructor

GRADING SHEET

DATE TIME ROOM PANELIST

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April 12, 2009 10 :00 – 11 :00 AM CISCO LAB __________________________ __________________________

GROUP LEADER : Faye, Shella MEMBERS : Dollentas, Ernesto III Reyes, Lomer Tuico, Odessa Antolin, Paulo

NAME OF STUDENT and their ASSIGNED TASK FAYE, Shella Riser diagram & Quotation of the whole design DOLLENTAS, Ernesto III Floor plan, layout and vlsm REYES, Lomer Printout of online prices and compilation of brochures TUICO, Odessa Documentation (Introduction, Acknowledgement, Purpose of the Study etc.)

INDIVIDUAL GRADE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

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Acknowledgement

Purpose of the study …....................................................................................................... 6 Given Requirements …....................................................................................................... 7 Riser Diagram …................................................................................................................. 8 Floor Layout ….................................................................................................................. 9

Legend …............................................................................................................................ 19 Quotation of the whole design …........................................................................................ 20 IP addressing …...................................................................................................................23

INTRODUCTION

Designing a network can be a challenging task. To design a reliable, scalable networks, networks designers must realize that each of the three major components of a network has a distinct design requirements. Attempting to optimize networks that feature thousands of nodes can pose even more complex problems.

Despite improvements in equipment performance and media capabilities, network design is becoming more difficult. The trend toward increasingly complex environments involving multiple media, multiple protocols, and interconnection to networks outside any single organization’s dominion of control. Carefully designing networks can reduce the hardships associated with growth as networking environment evolves.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to thank God for giving us everything we need. And for each and every one of us in this group who gave time and effort to make the completion of this case study possible.

We are deeply grateful to our professor, Ms. Maricel Y. Villalino, who gave us the basic knowledge, tools, and motivation in pursuing this project although it is a challenging course it is a worthy learning process.

Special thanks should be given to our fellow student who helped us in many ways. Finally, words alone cannot express the thanks we owe to our friends and families, for their encouragement and assistance.

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
The purpose of this case study is to apply the knowledge of our group gained in our Cisco Networking class. From this point on, we’ll have to effectively design a 10th floor building with biometrics system that would serve as attendance recorder and that would automatically generate payroll. We also need to remember that the hosts can access the Internet for some reasons. And some departments can access the server. Server must have back-up. Wifi connection must be available at the employee’s lounge. End devices will be distributed based on department’s need. The range must be indicated as well as the size of the lounge room. Specifications of the PC requirements must be highly considered due to the specified task for each department. Number of host was also given by our professor and need to be met by our designed network.

GIVEN REQUIREMENTS

Design a 10-floor building with biometrics system that would serve as attendance recorder and that would automatically generate payroll. Put in mind that not all hosts can access the Internet for some reasons. And some departments can access the server. Server must have back-up. Wifi connection must be available at the employee’s lounge. End devices will be distributed based on department’s need. The range must be indicated as well as the size of the lounge room. Specifications of the PC requirements must be highly considered due to the specified task for each department. The following are the no. of hosts required:

Reception IT Training Room Examination Room Marketing Dept. Accounting Dept. Audit Dept. Customer Assistance Research Dept Audio-Visual Dept Graphics & Design Dept Quality Control Dept. Software Developing Lab. Conference Room Conference Room Staff Office Presidents’ office Vice-Pres. office TOTAL

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2 5 100 50 50 8 5 200 25 50 50 50 150 2 (holds 50 people) 2 (holds 25 people) 50 2 2 803

RISER DIAGRAM

FLOOR LAYOUT

1st Floor

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

4th Floor

5th Floor

6th Floor

7th Floor

8th floor

9th floor

10th Floor

LEGEND

Computer

Printer

Server

Switch

UTP cable

QUOTE OF THE WHOLE DESIGN

The building is a 10-floor building. Each floor consists of one or more rooms. All computers in one room are connected to a switch. All switches are connected to one main switch that is located in the IT Department in 5th Floor. That switch is connected to 2 routers and to the internet. The Server that can access all the networks in the building is located in the IT department in the 5th floor. The switch in the IT room is connected to 3 servers. 1 will be the main server, and the other is the back up server. Not all host can access the internet. The training room, Examination room and the two conference room cannot access the internet. The server is blocking the IP address of the hosts in those rooms. There is a biometrics system that would serve as attendance recorder and that would automatically generate payroll. It is located in the 1st or ground floor in the reception area. The biometric system and the computers in the reception are connected to the same switch. There is also a lounge room with wifi connection in the 1st floor. The range is able to reach all the location in the lounge room. The wireless device is being connected to the switch in the IT department.

Floor Assignment:

1st floor - There will be a receptionist desk near the entrance. It's for the inquiry need of the guest that will visit the building. Biometric system and the lounge room with wifi connection is located in this room also. Biometrics

2nd floor - Training room and examination room is located here. The two rooms have no access to the internet. Because there is no need for the computer that is used for exam and training to use the internet.

3rd floor - Customer assistance is located in this floor. This is where the employee will assist customer and answering their concern about the company.

4th floor - Marketing aepartment, audit department and accounting department is located in this floor. These department will need to communicate with each other often, that's why they are located in the same floor

5th floor - The IT room is located here. The IT department is responsible for handling passwords, order processing, product and service questions, pricing information, system transfers, and general inquiries.

6th floor - Audio visual department and graphic & design department is located here. These department will need to communicate with each other often, that's why they are located in the same floor

7th floor - Software enveloping laboratory is located in this floor. The location is near the audio visual, graphic and design, and IT department because it has some similar function so they can communicate easily.

8th floor - Research department and quality control department is located in this floor. The quality control department has no internet connection because this is the place where the employee will check their product and productivity. There is no need for the internet.

9th floor - Staff office is located here, where the staff will settle and work on their task.

10th floor - Two conference rooms, presidents and vice presidents office is located in this floor. The conference rooms doesn't have access to the internet. Because this is the place to handle meeting or seminar which not requiring the internet.

VLSM Table

Network Name
Customer Assistance Software Developing Laboratory Training Rm. Examination Rm. Marketing Dept. Audio-Visual Dept. Graphics & Design Dept Quality Control Staff Office Research Dept. Accounting Dept. IT Dept. Audit Dept. Reception President’s Office VicePresident’s Office

Hosts Required
200 150 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 25 8 5 5 2 2 2

Slash/ Prefix
/24 /24 /25 /26 /26 /26 /26 /26 /26 /27 /28 /29 /29 /30 /30 /30

Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.128 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.224 255.255.255.240 255.255.255.248 255.255.255.248 255.255.255.252 255.255.255.252 255.255.255.252

Network Address
192.168.0.0 192.168.1.0 192.168.2.0 192.168.2.128 192.168.2.192 192.168.3.0 192.168.3.64 192.168.3.128 192.168.3.192 192.168.4.0 192.168.4.32 192.168.4.48 192.168.4.56 192.168.4.64 192.168.4.68 192.168.4.72

Host Addresses
192.168.0.1 – 192.168.0.254 192.168.1.1 – 192.168.1.254 192.168.2.1 – 192.168.2.126 192.168.2.129 – 192.168.2.190 192.168.2.193 – 192.168.2.254 192.168.3.1 – 192.168.3.62 192.168.3.65 – 192.168.3.126 192.168.3.129 – 192.168.3.190 192.168.3.193 – 192.168.3.254 192.168.4.1 – 192.168.4.30 192.168.4.33 – 192.168.4.46 192.168.4.49 – 192.168.4.54 192.168.4.57 – 192.168.4.62 192.168.4.65 – 192.168.4.66 192.168.4.69 – 192.168.4.70 192.168.4.73 – 192.168.4.74

Broadcast Address
192.168.0.255 192.168.1.255 192.168.2.127 192.168.2.191 192.168.2.255 192.168.3.63 192.168.3.127 192.168.3.191 192.168.3.255 192.168.4.31 192.168.4.47 192.168.4.55 192.168.4.63 192.168.4.67 192.168.4.71 192.168.4.75

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