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NETW 320 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 1 Latest

Multimedia Applications (graded)

Describe the different applications that are offered over a convergence network by service providers.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 2 Latest

Quality of Service (QoS) (graded)

QoS is an important feature of converged networks, which are based on Internet protocol (IP). Explain why QoS is required on an IP network and how it is used for traffic differentiation and congestion management.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 1 Latest

Differentiated Services (graded)

Describe the differentiated services (DS) features, and how it is used. Give some examples of the DS code points.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 2 Latest

Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) (graded)

Multicast is an important feature of converged network. Multicast is used for streaming many applications including IPTV. Describe how multicast groups are managed, and how a protocol such as IGMP is used.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 1 Latest

Network Performance Parameters (graded)

Network performance parameters such as packet loss, delay, and jitter can have impact on the transmission of voice and video over IP networks. Describe these parameters, and how they can impact voice and video quality of experience.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 2 Latest

IPTV (graded)

Describe IPTV architecture. The description can include the protocols used, the devices used, as well as other features specific to television services.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 1 Latest

Real-Time Transport Protocol: (graded)

Real-time transport protocol (RTP) is an essential element to voice and video transport over an IP network. What are the different features that make RTP such an important protocol?

NETW 320 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 2 Latest

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): (graded)

In order to initiate and complete a voice or a video call, a session has to be established between the two ends. SIP is used for that purpose, describe the different features and entities of SIP protocol.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 1 Latest

Digital Subscriber Loop (DSL)

Technologies (graded) The subscribers have to be connected to the service provider core network in order to get services. DSL access technologies are part of the access segment of the network, what are some of DSL technologies? And what are some of their features?

NETW 320 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 2 Latest

Passive Optical Network (PON) (graded)

To meet the user’s demand for high access bandwidth to homes, PON technology was introduced. Describe PON technology, its advantages, and its standards.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 1 Latest

Cellular Technologies (graded)

The last segment that is being added to convergence is cellular technologies. Describe the cellular systems. What are their bandwidth capabilities?

NETW 320 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 2 Latest

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) (graded)

Describe some of the entities of IMS. One of the entities of IMS as an example is CSCF; what is CSCF?

NETW 320 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 1 Latest

Ethernet Services (graded)

Ethernet has evolved and it is used more than in LANs, describe some of the new services based on Ethernet.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 2 Latest

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) (graded)

MPLS introduction to IP networks provided more speed to IP packets routing as well as QoS, describes some of the features and schemes MPLS is based on.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 1 iLab 1 Latest

iLab 1 : Configuring QoS for a Triple Play Customer

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

In this lab you will act as a network engineer working for a service provider, and configure Quality of Service (QoS) for a triple-play customer in the lab. It is assumed that the customer subscribed to VOIP, television, and high-speed Internet. You will test different methods of implementing QoS.

Deliverables

  1. Read through the lab instructions before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
  2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
  3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox.

Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your lab report to the Week 1 Dropbox by the due date.

iLAB STEPS

Step 1: iLab and Report Guidelines

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Follow these guidelines to successfully complete your iLab and iLab report.

Use the lab report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document. Each lab is easily identified within the document by an appropriate section title. Note: It is a good idea to read over everything in the lab report template before performing your labs so that you know what to expect.

Make sure that you read, understand, and follow all steps in this week’s iLab page, as well as all iLab instructions.

For labs that require screenshots or show command output, have your lab report open, along with your instructions, so that you can immediately capture the screen, or the show command output and then paste it in your lab report before moving on to subsequent steps. In many cases, it is difficult to go back and capture an accurate screenshot after you have moved beyond the step requiring the screenshot.

Your screenshot or show command output request may be accompanied by an additional written requirement. If so, be sure to respond. Write in complete sentences and be complete in your answers.

When asked to summarize what you learned, always provide well-written, college-level paragraphs that include well-formed sentences, along with proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Don’t just identify the steps that you performed (we already know that); give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the assignment or lab, what you learned from performing it.

Always append your name to your lab report before saving. Submit your completed lab report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.

Please write your answers to each question in a different color font to make this easier for the professor to grade.

Step 2: Review Lab Instructions

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You can read the lab instructions once you connect to iLab.

STEP 3: Complete the Lab Report

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Download the lab report template for this week’s lab From Doc Sharing. Use the template to complete your lab report.

STEP 4: Submit Your Deliverable

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Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 1 Report

Configuring QoS for a Triple Play Customer(40 points)

Name:

Date:

Professor:

Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab and what you learned by performing it. (10 points)

Answer the following questions with short answers, and Copy and Paste the screenshots or show command output, when it is required, from the configuration.

*Hint* Read and study the instructions and explanations within the lab for assistance.

1. What was accomplished in task 1?(3 points)

2. What was accomplished in task 2? (3 points)

3. What was accomplished in task 3, step 1? (4 points)

4. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 3, step 4. (5 points)

5. In the output of task 3, step 4 what does the number 50 mean in the following line: (5 points)

Shared queue weights: 4 50 1 45

6. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 4, step 2. (5 points)

7. In the output of task 4, step 2, what does the number 2 mean in the following line: (5 points)

Shaped queue weights (absolute): 0 0 0 2

NETW 320 DeVry Week 2 iLab 2 Latest

iLab 2 : Traffic Classification

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

In this lab you will act as a network engineer working for a service provider, and configure traffic classification in a converged network. The traffic types are: VOIP, television, and Internet. The classification will be done on the switch connected to the traffic sources.

Deliverables

  1. Read through the lab instructions before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
  2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
  3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox. Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your lab report to the Week 2 Dropbox by the due date.

Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your lab report to the Week 1 Dropbox by the due date.

iLAB STEPS

STEP 1: iLab and Report Guidelines

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Follow these guidelines to successfully complete your iLab and iLab report.

  1. Use the lab report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document! Each lab is easily identified within the document by an appropriate section title. Note: It is a good idea to read over everything in the lab report template before performing your labs so that you know what to expect.
  2. Make sure that you read, understand, and follow all of the steps in this week’s iLab page, as well as all iLab instructions.
  3. For labs that require screenshots or show command output, have your lab report open, along with your instructions, so that you can immediately capture the screen, or the show command output and then paste it in your lab report before moving on to subsequent steps. In many cases, it is difficult to go back and capture an accurate screenshot after you have moved beyond the step requiring the screenshot.
  4. Your screenshot or show command output request may be accompanied by an additional written requirement. If so, be sure to respond. Write in complete sentences and be complete in your answers.
  5. When asked to summarize what you learned, always provide well-written, college-level paragraphs that include well-formed sentences, along with proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Don’t just identify the steps that you performed (we already know that); give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the assignment or lab, what you learned from performing it.
  6. Always append your name to your lab report before saving. Submit your completed lab report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.
  7. Please write your answers to each question in a different color font to make this easier for the professor to grade.

STEP 2: Review Lab Instructions

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You can read the lab instructions once you connect to iLab.

STEP 3: Complete the Lab Report

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Download the lab report template for this week’s lab from Doc Sharing. Use the template to complete your lab report.

STEP 4: Submit Your Deliverables

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Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 2 Report

Configuring Traffic Classification (40 points)

Name:

Date:

Professor:

Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab. What did you learn by performing it? (10 points)

Answer the following question with short answers, and copy and paste the screenshots or the show output command when it is required, from the configuration.

*Hint* Read and study the instructions and explanations within the lab for assistance.

1. What was accomplished in task 2, step 1?(3 points)

2. What was accomplished in task 3, step 2? (3 points)

3. What was accomplished in task 4? (4 points)

4. Copy and paste the output from the show run that shows the interfaces configured with cos task 2, step 2. (5 points)

5. In the output of task 2, step 2, why is the cos 0 is not showing? (5 points)

6. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 3, step 3. (5 points)

7. In the output of task 3, step 3, to which cos is dscp 46 mapped? (5 points)

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NETW 320 DeVry Week 3 iLab 3 Latest

iLab 3: Traffic Classification Proof of Concept (POC)

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

In this lab, you will verify and make sure that the Cisco switch is classifying the traffic as configured. You will change the default classification on an interface and do a POC.

Deliverables

  1. Read through the lab instructions document below before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
  2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
  3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox.

Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your lab report to the Week 3 Dropbox by the due date.

iLAB STEPS

STEP 1: iLab and Report Guidelines

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Follow these guidelines to successfully complete your iLab and iLab report.

  1. Use the lab report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document! Each lab is easily identified within the document by an appropriate section title. Note: It is a good idea to read over everything in the lab report template before performing your labs so that you know what to expect.
  2. Make sure that you read, understand, and follow all of the steps in this week’s iLab page, as well as all iLab instructions.
  3. For labs that require screenshots or show command output, have your lab report open, along with your instructions, so that you can immediately capture the screen, or the show command output and then paste it in your lab report before moving on to subsequent steps. In many cases, it is difficult to go back and capture an accurate screenshot after you have moved beyond the step requiring the screenshot.
  4. Your screenshot or show command output request may be accompanied by an additional written requirement. If so, be sure to respond. Write in complete sentences and be complete in your answers.
  5. When asked to summarize what you learned, always provide well-written, college-level paragraphs that include well-formed sentences, along with proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Don’t just identify the steps that you performed (we already know that); give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the assignment or lab, what you learned from performing it.
  6. Always append your name to your lab report before saving. Submit your completed lab report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.
  7. Please write your answers to each question in a different color font to make this easier for the professor to grade.

STEP 2: Review Lab Instructions

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You can read the lab instructions once you connect to iLab.

STEP 3: Complete the Lab Report

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Download the lab report template for this week’s lab from Doc Sharing. Use the template to complete your Lab Report.

STEP 4: Submit Your Deliverables

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Submit your lab to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 3 Report

Router Traffic Classification Proof of Concept (40 points)

Name:

Date:

Professor:

Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab and what you learned by performing it? (10 points)

Answer the following questions with short answers, and Copy and Paste the screenshots or show command output, when it is required, from the configuration.

*Hint* Read and study the explanations within the lab for assistance.

1. What was accomplished in task 2, step 2?(3 points)

2. What was accomplished in task 2, step 4? (3 points)

3. What was accomplished in task 3, step 1? (4 points)

4. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 2, step 4. (5 points)

5. In the output of task 2, step 4, how many packets are marked COS 0?: (5 points)

6. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 3, step 5. (5 points)

7. In the output of task 3, step 5, how many packets are marked COS 4? (5 points)

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NETW 320 DeVry Week 4 iLab 4 Latest

iLab 4: Multicast Configuration

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario/Summary

In this lab, you will configure two multicast features: the multicast VLAN registration (MVR) and IGMP Snooping.

Deliverables

  1. Read through the lab instructions document below before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
  2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
  3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox.

Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your lab report to the Week 4 Dropbox by the due date.

iLAB STEPS

STEP 1: iLab and Report Guidelines

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Follow these guidelines to successfully complete your iLab and iLab report.

  1. Use the lab report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document! Each lab is easily identified within the document by an appropriate section title. Note: It is a good idea to read over everything in the lab report template before performing your labs so that you know what to expect.
  2. Make sure that you read, understand, and follow all of the steps in this week’s iLab page, as well as all iLab instructions.
  3. For labs that require screenshots or show command output, have your lab report open, along with your instructions, so that you can immediately capture the screen, or the show command output and then paste it in your lab report before moving on to subsequent steps. In many cases, it is difficult to go back and capture an accurate screenshot after you have moved beyond the step requiring the screenshot.
  4. Your screenshot or show command output request may be accompanied by an additional written requirement. If so, be sure to respond. Write in complete sentences and be complete in your answers.
  5. When asked to summarize what you learned, always provide well-written, college-level paragraphs that include well-formed sentences, along with proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Don’t just identify the steps that you performed (we already know that); give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the assignment or lab, what you learned from performing it.
  6. Always append your name to your lab report before saving. Submit your completed lab report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.
  7. Please write your answers to each question in a different color font to make this easier for the professor to grade.

STEP 2: Review Lab Instructions

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You can read the lab instructions once you connect to iLab.

STEP 3: Complete the Lab Report

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Download the lab report template for this week’s lab from Doc Sharing. Use the template to complete your lab report.

STEP 4: Submit Your Deliverables

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Submit your lab to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 4 Report

Configuring Multicast (40 points)

Name:

Date:

Professor:

Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab and what you learned by performing it? (10 points)

Answer the following questions with short answers, and Copy and Paste the screenshots or show command output, when it is required, from the configuration.

*Hint* Read and study the explanations within the lab for assistance.

1. What was accomplished in task 2, step 2?(3 points)

2. What was accomplished in task 2, step 3? (3 points)

3. What was accomplished in task 3, step 1? (4 points)

4. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 3, step 3. (5 points)

5. In task 3, step 3, which port is the receiver type? Which port is the source type? (5 points)

6. In task 4, step 2, what is the multicast group IP address used? (5 points)

7. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 4, step 3. (5 points)

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NETW 320 DeVry Week 7 iLab 7 Latest

Lab 7 : Advanced QoS Configuration

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

As a network engineer working for a service provider implement some advanced QoS configurations, to give more flexibility to the design and connectivity of application servers in a triple-play network.

In the Week 2 iLab, we configured traffic classification based on the assumption that every type of traffic was connected to one interface. So it made sense just to have one default classification and mark all the traffic the same for each port.

For this week’s lab we assume that the VOIP, TV, and Internet traffic are all coming to the same port. There are many cases like that, as an example, you might have a firewall between the servers and the switch, and the firewall does not support QoS, meaning after the firewall the traffic will lose its marking, and we have to do the classification and marking after the firewall. The firewall will be connected to the switch using only one port where all the traffic goes through.

Deliverables

  1. Read through the lab instructions document below before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
  2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
  3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox.

Create your lab report using the template below. Submit your Lab Report to the Week 7 Dropbox by the due date.

iLAB STEPS

STEP 1: iLab and Report Guidelines

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Follow these guidelines to successfully complete your iLab and iLab report.

  1. Use the lab report template for all of your labs. Do not turn in separate documents for each lab or create your own document! Each lab is easily identified within the document by an appropriate section title. Note: It is a good idea to read over everything in the lab report template before performing your labs so that you know what to expect.
  2. Make sure that you read, understand, and follow all of the steps in this week’s iLab page, as well as all iLab instructions.
  3. For labs that require screenshots or show command output, have your lab report open, along with your instructions, so that you can immediately capture the screen, or the show command output and then paste it in your lab report before moving on to subsequent steps. In many cases, it is difficult to go back and capture an accurate screenshot after you have moved beyond the step requiring the screenshot.
  4. Your screenshot or show command output request may be accompanied by an additional written requirement. If so, be sure to respond. Write in complete sentences and be complete in your answers.
  5. When asked to summarize what you learned, always provide well-written, college-level paragraphs that include well-formed sentences, along with proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Don’t just identify the steps that you performed (we already know that); give it some thought. In your summary, include what you accomplished in the assignment or lab, what you learned from performing it.
  6. Always append your name to your lab report before saving. Submit your completed lab report to the appropriate weekly Dropbox.
  7. Please write your answers to each question in a different color font to make this easier for the professor to grade.

STEP 2: Review Lab Instructions

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You can read the lab instructions once you connect to the iLab.

STEP 3: Complete the Lab Report

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Download the lab report template for this week’s lab From Doc Sharing. Use the template to complete your lab report.

STEP 4: Submit Your Deliverables

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Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

NETW 320 DeVry Week 7 Report

Advanced QoS Configuration(40 points)

Name:

Date:

Professor:

Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab and what you learned by performing it? (10 points)

Answer the following questions with short answers, and Copy and Paste the screenshots or the show output command, when it is required, from the configuration.

*Hint* Read and study the explanations within the lab for assistance.

1. What was accomplished in task 2?(3 points)

2. What was accomplished in task 3? (3 points)

3. What was accomplished in task 4? (4 points)

4. Copy and paste the output from the show command of task 3, step 4. (5 points)

5. In the output of task 3, step 4, which access-list was used for TV traffic? (5 points)

6. Copy and paste the output from the show command in task 4, step 2. (5 points)

7. In the output of task 4, step 2, what does cs6 represent? (5 points)

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NETW 320 DeVry Week 6 Course Project Latest

Course Project (80 points)

QoS Design and Implementation

1. Objectives

As a network engineer working for a Service Provider, design and implement QoS on a converged network. For this project it is assumed that the converged network offers triple play services and has the following traffic: VOIP, High Definition TV (HDTV), Video on Demand (VOD) and Internet.

Note 1: The project is based on the experience acquired by the students in the previous labs, hence the main sources to complete the project are the labs of previous weeks, so it is important that the students review the lab instructions of the labs that have already been completed.

Note 2: The students will have access to the same lab equipment of Skillsoft as the previous weeks. The students will need to access the iLab to complete the project.

2. Project Requirements

Part A: Design

In this part the student should provide the QoS design.

A1. It is assumed that the traffic sources for HDTV, VOD, VOIP and Internet are connected to switch NYCORE1 to four different ports. The following are the requirements :(10 points)

– Assign a switch port to each type of traffic.

– Assign a COS to each type of traffic. The COS marking has 8 classes, from 0 to 7, assuming 0 is the lowest priority and 7 is the highest. Decide which class each traffic should have, based on the importance of the traffic.

– Provide your answers in the form of the table below:

Traffic Type Switch Port Number COS

Note that the answers for COS assignments can be slightly different from student to student, as we have 8 classes but only 4 types of traffic to classify.

A2. Explain in a short answer how or why you picked the highest priority traffic and the lowest priority traffic?(5 points)

A3. Calculate the total bandwidth required for the following customer profile.(5 points)

It is assumed that the customer subscribed to a package that allows him or her to receive to his or her residence simultaneously 2 HDTV channels, 2 VOD streams, VOIP, and Internet traffic. The bandwidth requirements for each type of traffic is as follows:

– One HD channel: 5 Mbps

– One VOD: 5 Mbps

– VOIP: 2 Mbps

– Internet: 18 Mbps

– Calculate and provide the total bandwidth required for the customer based on his subscribed package above:

Total bandwidth= _______________

A4. Assuming the customer is connected to one FastEthernet port of switch NYCORE2, assign a port to the customer; it can be any free port from the switch: (5 points)

Customer port number is _____________________

A5. The switch has four queues on each port: 1, 2, 3 and 4. Assign a queue to each type of traffic based on their COS. Assign the percentage of the total bandwidth that should be reserved for each queue, based on the bandwidth required for each type of traffic, use the subscribe package description in A3. Provide your answer in the form of the following table: (15 points)

Traffic Type COS Queue Number % of total bandwidth

Note that the queue assignment can be different from student to student, and for the case of the project, we assume it is not important which queue is assigned to each traffic type, as long as it has the right bandwidth percentage for the corresponding COS.

Part B: Implementation

In this part, the student will provide the configuration.

Note 3: Make sure that the QoS is enabled on the switch you are configuring QoS on.

Note 4: Configurations on switch NYCOR1 and switch NYCORE2 are independent, meaning they can be done in different days for each switch.

B1. It is assumed that traffic sources are connected to NYCORE1 switch. Access iLab NYCORE1 and enable QoS on NYCORE1.(5 points)

– Provide the configuration steps.

– Provide the verification using show command.

B2. Configure traffic classification based on your design from A1, configure the assigned COS on each port for each type of traffic.(10 points)

– Provide the switch configuration steps.

– Provide the verification of your configuration using show command.

B3. It is assumed that the customer is connected to NYCORE2, to the port you assigned in A4. Access iLab NYCORE2 switch and enable QoS. (5 points)

– Provide the configuration steps.

– Provide the verification using show command.

B4. Based on the total bandwidth calculated on A3, configure the bandwidth limit on the switch port which the customer is connected to and you assigned in A4. Note that the total bandwidth is the bandwidth limit for the customer. (5 points)

– Provide the configuration steps.

B5. Configure the queues, by assigning traffic types based on its COS to its corresponding queue. Use the queue assignment from A5. (10 points)

– Provide the configuration steps.

– Provide the verification using the show command.

B6. Reserve the bandwidth for each type of traffic, use the Shared Round Robing method and your table from A5. (5 points)

– Provide the configuration steps.

– Provide the verification using the show command.

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Question 1. 1. (TCO 1) Identify the merger of legacy-based TDM architecture with packet-switching technology and call-control intelligence. (Points : 5)

  • Telecommunication convergence
  • Analog convergence
  • Digital convergence
  • DSL and cable telecommunication convergence

Question 2. 2. (TCO 1) Choose the mechanism(s) for sending RAS messages using RAS channel over UDP. (Points : 5)

  • Retry counts
  • Timeout
  • Timeout and retry counts
  • Timeout, TTL, and retry counts

Question 3. 3. (TCO 2) Construct a 1.536 Mbps T1 link. (Points : 5)

  • 24 Channels
  • 32 Channels
  • Fractional Channels
  • CAS

Question 4. 4. (TCO 2) Identify how IP telephones access their media controllers. (Points : 5)

  • IP telephones access their media controllers through a hub.
  • IP telephones access their media controllers through a bridge.
  • IP telephones access their media controllers through a switched bridge.
  • IP telephones access their media controllers through a switched IP connection.

Question 5. 5. (TCO 3) An MCU may control three different conference types; please identify them. (Points : 5)

  • Centralized, decentralized, mobile
  • Mobile, centralized, decentralized
  • Centralized, mobile, decentralized
  • Centralized, decentralized, mixed

Question 6. 6. (TCO 3) Identify the cause of packet delay. (Points : 5)

  • It is not the time it takes a packet to traverse the network.
  • It is the time it takes a packet to traverse a router.
  • It is the time it takes a packet to traverse the network.
  • It is the time it takes a packet to traverse a switch.

Question 7. 7. (TCO 4) Which of the following characteristics are not common to circuit-switched networks? (Points : 5)

  • Store and forward transmission
  • Dedicated bandwidth
  • Potentially wasted bandwidth
  • Each packet follows the same route

Question 8. 8. (TCO 4) Explain why G.711 is used in LANs. (Points : 5)

  • There is quite a bit of bandwidth in a LAN and it is not expensive.
  • There is not much bandwidth in a LAN and it is not expensive.
  • There is quite a bit of bandwidth in a LAN and it is expensive.
  • There is not much bandwidth in a LAN and it is expensive.

Question 9. 9. (TCO 4) Select the codec that is most appropriate for limited bandwidth WANs. (Points : 5)

  • G.711
  • G.741
  • G.729
  • G.735

Question 10. 10. (TCO 5) Describe the three main ways of powering an IP telephone. (Points : 5)

  • Local power, powered AC patch panels, inline power
  • Local AC power, powered patch panels, inline power
  • Local power, powered patch panels, online power
  • Local power, powered patch panels, inline power

1. (TCO 5) Select the IEEE standard that defines the application of power to IP telephones through the UTP wiring. (Points : 5)

  • 802.3af
  • 802.11
  • 802.13
  • 802.4ab

Question 2. 2. (TCO 6) Identify the IEEE specifications that will support QoS on WLAN. (Points : 5)

  • IEEE802.11e
  • IEEE802.11a
  • IEEE802.11b
  • IEEE802.11g

Question 3. 3. (TCO 6) Identify a very weak encryption system that is sometimes used in wireless networks. (Points : 5)

  • WAP
  • TKIP
  • WEP
  • AES

Question 4. 4. (TCO 7) Identify the document that specifies the requirements for mobile node to use two IP addresses. (Points : 5)

  • RFC 2001
  • RFC 2003
  • RFC 2002
  • RFC 2004

Question 5. 5. (TCO 7) What protocol is commonly used to allow integration between the softphone and the corporate directory? (Points : 5)

  • LDPD
  • LPAD
  • LAPD
  • LDAP

Question 6. 6. (TCO 8) What do we call frames that are implemented with 802.1p? (Points : 5)

  • Switched frames
  • Tagged frames
  • LAN frames
  • Untagged frames

Question 7. 7. (TCO 8) What is the maximum delay that is considered acceptable for voice traffic? (Points : 5)

  • 250 ms
  • 300 ms
  • 100 ms
  • 150 ms

Question 8. 8. (TCO 9) Identify the function of an SIP User Agent. (Points : 5)

  • An SIP User Agent places calls using IP address or e-mail-like addressing.
  • An SIP User Agent places calls using E.164 or IP address.
  • An SIP User Agent places calls using neither E.164 nor e-mail-like addressing.
  • An SIP User Agent places calls using E.164 or e-mail-like style.

Question 9. 9. (TCO 3) SNMP uses the ______ protocol to the Transport Layer. (Points : 5)

  • TCP
  • UDP
  • MIB
  • RTP

Question 10. 10. (TCO 5) TKIP provides a ______solution to the problems found in WEP. (Points : 5)

  • worse
  • add-on
  • interim
  • permanent

1. (TCO 1) Explain five different common applications for unified messaging. (Points : 30)

Question 2. 2. (TCO 2) Describe the purpose of a Multipoint Conferencing Unit (MCU). (Points : 30)

Question 3. 3. (TCO 7) Describe jitter in a network. (Points : 30)

Question 4. 4. (TCO 8) Explain the function of communications protocols. (Points : 30)

Question 5. 5. (TCO 9) Explain the DiffServ objective. (Points : 30)

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