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Majer, University Professor of Information Te chnology and Superior Teaching Specialist University of São Paulo City - UNICID Use License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Enabled the Derivative Works 2.5 Brazil. To view a copy of this license, visit http://cr eativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.5/br/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 5 59 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA. This means that you can c opy, distribute and make derivative works of this work with the following restri ctions: You should always refer to the author (ie, I) You may not use this work for ille gal, immoral or so to denigrate or harm other people or institutions. For more information send an email to or cmajer@uol.com.br cmajer@ig.com.br. If you believe this material has helped you, please e-mail of thanks. This is en ough to motivarme to continue developing this type of material and make it avail able to the public. If you notice any errors or have any suggestions, feel free to contact me. Please contact if you need this material in Word for supporting t heir students in developing their projects. Introduction This is a support model in the visualization and contextualization of creating a WAN. This model is extremely simple and it starts showing the need for interconnection of a plant and its production units and sales. Objective Im plement a telecommunications infrastructure that will interconnect factories, di stribution centers, regional offices and sales representatives, through the use of technologies to support future growth of the structure. Use one or more telec ommunications providers nationwide, ensuring the continuity and availability of their services and ensure the security of information that will travel on the ne twork. The Network WAN A WAN (Wide Area Network), other than a LAN, serves a larger geo graphic region, through the communication infrastructure provided by third parti es. It allows you to connect network points located in distant places. Technolog ies Used Use of routers capable of implementing technology for linking Frame Rel ay Factory and Distribution Center, with the objective of obtaining a permanent high-speed communication. Router configuration Plant envisions the creation of n ew distribution centers, as well as the new factory in Campinas. As a contingenc y measure will use ISDN as a result of failures, problems or too much load on th e main communication link. Prof. Carlos Majer Page 1 WAN PROJECT NETWORK Computer Networks The Distribution Centers will be linked to the Regional Offices via Frame Relay, and as a contingency measure will be using ISDN in case of problems in the FR l ink. Regional Offices will be able to connect sales representatives through a co mmunication link based on technology XSDL, particularly ADSL (example: Speedy, V elox, etc.). Frame Relay Used widely today, this technology enables the use of t he network telephone tariffs to pass data through frame-relay switches. These sw itches allow the creation of virtual channels (logical), which may be permanent or temporary, called circuits, where information is dispensed by a given physica l channel, which is shared by other devices through multiplexing. As the example above, we see that the router (properly configured) establishes a connection with the frame-relay switch. This connection receives an identificat ion number (Datalink Connection Identifier = Identifier Data Link Connection). T hrough this channel are switched data packets for frame relay switches, which fo

rm a mesh-type network, operating at speeds of 56 kbps, 64 kbps or 1.544 Mbps. T o the extent that a data packet is transferred from one switch to another destin ation address is changed to the next switch, until it reaches the destination. B ecause of its architecture, technology, Frame Relay does not handle errors, emph asizing the task, but has one of the best speeds compared to other services. ISD N - Integrated Services Digital Network - Link Backup Prof. Carlos Majer Page 2 WAN PROJECT NETWORK Computer Networks It is important to define a line of backup communications that can be used when the primary channel fails or if there is overloading of bandwidth.€This auxilia ry channel can be triggered automatically by the router that can be configured t o analyze certain aspects of the communication network and determining when to u se this backup channel. For this was made for the use of ISDN technology (Integr ated Services Digital Network). It operates based on the structure of legacy med ia (twisted copper telephone cable) through the circuit switching, ie the extent that the connection is needed, it is created, maintained and finally closed, us ually at speeds of 64 kbps or 128 kbps, voice and data and video. The access typ e chosen was the BRI (Basic Rate Interface) and which operates a line of 144 kbp s, generating digital signals on analog line, through two 64 kbps channels for t ransmitting data and a third channel (16 kbps), used for management control sign als. In other countries it is common to find large scale use of the access PRI ( Primary Rate Interface), which operates with 30 B channels of 64 Kbs for data an d one 64 kbps D channel for signaling. More complex view of Topology From the de finition of technologies that will connect the main settlements of the company, we can define a second view of the diagram: ADSL - Entering the representatives within the company works with representative s scattered in different states. These representatives connect at their respecti ve regional offices through the use of technology ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subsc riber Line). This technology uses the telephone cord to send broadband data (up to 8 Mbps). It has been widely used to connect to the Internet, and your provide r is currently best known Telefonica, through the service Speedy. How is an asym metric service, the speeds of transmission of data (upload) and receive data (do wnload) are different. Functions in their facilities, speed and efficiency, this type of technology is currently the most widely used. Prof. Carlos Majer Page 3 WAN PROJECT NETWORK Computer Networks Thus it appears that this is the best way to connect a representative to its reg ional office in order to pass information from sales orders, customer records an d other information related to the sales process. Prof. Carlos Majer Page 4 PROJECT NETWORK WAN Diagram Final Topology Computer Networks Prof. Carlos Majer

Page 5 WAN PROJECT NETWORK Computer Networks Carlos Majer Developer and Systems Analyst. Pioneered the use of the Internet pa rticipating in the experimental project of the Brazilian Internet from April to December 1994. A pioneer in creating software Shareware Brazil (1994). Technolog ist and professor at City University of São Paulo (UNICID). Specializes in web development. cmajer@uol.com.br My thanks to Cesar Ricardo dos Santos for support in developing the diagrams and Karen Helena Bueno, our beloved instructor of th e course CCNA, Cisco and the CIEE - Company Integration Center School. Prof. Carlos Majer Page 6