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NETW 410 DeVry Entire Course Latest

NETW 410 DeVry Entire Course Latest

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NETW 410 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 1 Latest

What are a LAN, a CAN, a MAN, and a WAN? (graded)

What are the differences between a LAN, a CAN, a MAN, and a WAN in the area covered, the devices used to create them, and the protocols used in them?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 1 Discussion 2 Latest

The CCDA Exam (graded)

What is the CCDA exam? How does it differ from the CCNA exam? Why would you want to take and pass such an exam?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 1 Latest

Layers of the Cisco Hierarchical Model (graded)

What are the three layers of the Cisco hierarchical model, and what is each supposed to do?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 2 Discussion 2 Latest

Borderless Networks (graded)

What does Cisco mean by the term borderless networks?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 1 Latest

Cabling (graded)

Discuss the cabling that is typically used inside a building and to connect buildings to each other.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 3 Discussion 2 Latest

STP and RSTP (graded)

What is STP, what is RSTP, and what methods does Cisco provide to make these two methods work better as networks grow?

This section lists options that can be used to view responses.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 1 Latest

Evolution of Connectivity (graded)

The methods used to connect one site to another in the WAN have changed over the years, from private leased line networks to those using shared networks. Discuss why this has occurred, and what the advantages and disadvantages are of this evolution.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 4 Discussion 2 Latest

The Internet as the Network (graded)

In order to lower costs, some sites are connected to the organization’s network through the Internet. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages to this method.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 1 Latest

Private vs. Public Addresses (graded)

Do both private and public addresses have a place in an IP addressing design? If so, where should each type be used in the network? This section lists options that can be used to view responses.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 5 Discussion 2 Latest

IPv6 Transition (graded)

Discuss where IPv6 should be used in the network. Is the proper place for IPv6 inside the private network, or only in the outside network? If IPv4 is still used inside the network, how will it be transported across the IPv6 network?

This section lists options that can be used to view responses.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 1 Latest

Interior Routing Protocols (graded)

There are several interior routing protocols. Is there a place for each one of them? Discuss in what type of network each one would work best.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 6 Discussion 2 Latest

Route Redistribution (graded)

What is route redistribution? Why would it be used?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 1 Latest

The IT Director Wants Wireless (graded)

The customer IT director requests that you, a network design engineer, include a wireless access point in each of the 12 conference rooms within the corporate headquarters building so that vendors can network together during meetings with company staff. Four of the conference rooms border the perimeter walls of an open company cafeteria that already has two of its own access points. Name one security risk associated with having wireless conference rooms, and a mitigation strategy to reduce this risk. Please build upon other responses.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 2 Latest

Resistance to Change (graded)

Resistance is an inevitable response to any major change, such as a redesigned network. Discuss your experience and feedback on ways of overcoming resistance to a positive change in an organization and how you resist negative change.

This section lists options that can be used to view responses.

NETW 410 DeVry Week 1 iLab 1 Latest

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iLab 1 of 7: Introduction to Vision

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab 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 be introduced to the Visio software package to create network diagrams.

Deliverables

You are required to submit both your Lab Report and your Visio file to the Dropbox.

Have fun while learning.

iLAB STEPS

STEP 1

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Decide how you will access the Visio software package. You have several options.

  1. You might have Visio already installed on your computer.
  2. You can get it from the Student Software Store to install on your computer. To support you in achieving your educational goals, special educational offerings of applications used in a number of your courses are made available to DeVry’s students at no cost from Microsoft Dreamspark. The Visio Software package is one of these offerings. The Student Software Store is available under the Course Home tab in your course shell.
  3. Visio is also available to all students in the Citrix environment; to run without installing on their computer. Instructions and tutorials for accessing Citrix, uploading/saving files to Citrix, and contacting the help desk are available from your Course Home/iLab page. You can get to Citrix by clicking the “Connect to the iLab here” link in the top right hand corner of each week’s iLab page. Once logged into Citrix, Visio is available from the Microsoft Office folder.

STEP 2

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Download this week’s .equella.ecollege.com/file/81a9d6d3-58bc-42d5-8cb1-3f5e71fadf35/1/netw410_week_1_lab_report.docx”>lab report template. You will use this to create your lab report.

STEP 3

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Download and perform all procedures in this week’s .equella.ecollege.com/file/81a9d6d3-58bc-42d5-8cb1-3f5e71fadf35/1/netw410_week_1_lab_instructions.docx”>lab instructions.

STEP 4

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Your lab is now complete! When you are satisfied with your documentation, submit both your Lab Report and your Visio file to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.

Submit your lab to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these .next.ecollege.com/default/launch.ed?ssoType=DVUHubSSO2&node=184″>step-by-step instructions or watch this Tutorial

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NETW410 Week 1 Lab Report

Your Name (change this to your information)

Professor’s Name (change this to your information)

Current Date (change this to your information)

Lab #1, Introduction to Visio

Lab Report: (70 points)

Place the answers below the questions using a red-colored font.

Answer in college-level sentences with proper grammar and spelling. Answer each part of the question for full credit.

Question 1 (3 points)

What is your experience with the Visio software? Have you used it before or is it your first experience with Visio?

Question 2 (3 points)

How did you access Visio? How do you feel about the different access methods? Question 3 (3 points) What version of Visio did you use for this lab?

Question 4 (3 points)

What file extension does your version of Visio use? Does Visio support other extensions?

Question 5 (6 points: 3 points for each screenshot and comment)

Use this website (.ratemynetworkdiagram.com/index.php?z=1″>http://www.ratemynetworkdiagram.com/index.php?z=1) to find a diagram that you think has good points. Paste a screen shot of the diagram in your lab report and explain why you think it is good. (3 points) You must include a detailed explanation to get credit for this portion of the question.

Find another diagram from this site, or any other site, that you feel can be improved. Paste a screen shot in your lab report and explain what you think can be improved about the diagram. (3 points) You must include a detailed explanation to get credit for this portion of the question.

Question 6 (6 points)

What websites did you use to find Visio icons for networking. Which sites were most useful to you? Which ones did you like best in terms of icons available? Did you find others?

Question 7 (6 points)

What is the difference between a logical network diagram and a physical network diagram? (1 point) When would you use each type? (1 point)

Use the Internet to find an example of a logical network diagram and paste a screenshot below, along with proper citation. (logical diagram and URL: 2 points)

Use the Internet to find an example of a physical network diagram and paste a screenshot below, along with proper citation. (physical diagram and URL: 2 points)

Question 8 (20 points)

Place a screen shot here of your first Visio diagram showing a building LAN below.

Question 9 (20 points)

Place a screen shot here of your second Visio diagram showing a relay rack below. Don’t lose points for not turning in your visio file. Place your Lab Report file AND your visio file into the Week 7 dropbox. (If the Original Visio file is not included, a 5 point deduction will be taken off

NETW 410 DeVry Week 2 Lab Report Latest

Details:

To complete the Week 2 Lab Report, answer the questions below concerning the Network Design Lab Scenario found in Doc Sharing.

Please use the template starting on Page 2, and submit it to the Week 2 iLab Dropbox by the due date.

Have fun while learning.

Your Name

Professor’s Name

Current Date

Lab 2: Application of the Top-Down Network Design Methodology

Lab Report

1. What are the business goals? (10 points)

2. What are the business constraints? (10 points)

3. What are the technical goals? (10 points)

4. What are the technical constraints? (10 points)

5. Diagram the existing network. (10 points)

6. Describe the existing network traffic. (10 points)

7. Complete this table for all of the applications that currently run over the network. (10 points)

Application Name Type New or Existing Criticality Comments

NETW 410 DeVry Week 3 Lab Report Latest

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1. Draw a diagram the new network.

2. Will the current horizontal cabling suffice for the new network? If it will not, what type of cable should be used for the horizontal cabling? Provide detailed specifications for this cable.

3. Should fiber optic horizontal cabling be installed but not terminated as future proofing for a future higher-speed network? What is the cost difference between copper UTP cable and fiber optic cable?

4. Does this network require an access layer? What devices would operate at the access layer? Draw a diagram of these devices at the access layer. Label all of the devices.

Yes, The access layer includes hubs and switches. This layer is also called the desktop layer because it focuses on connecting client nodes, such as workstations to the network. This layer ensures that packets are delivered to end user computers.

5. Does this network require a distribution layer? What devices would operate at the distribution layer? What would these devices be responsible for? Could the access and distribution layer be combined into a single layer? Draw a diagram of these devices at the distribution layer. Label all of the devices.

6. Does this network need a core layer? What devices would operate at the core layer?

7. Is redundancy required at any layer of this network? If it is, where and how would this redundancy be added to the network? What device or devices would be used to make this network redundant?

NETW 410 DeVry Week 4 Lab Report Latest

Details:

To complete the Week 4 Lab Report, answer the questions below concerning the Network Design Lab Scenario linked from Step 2 of the iLab page.

Please use the template starting on Page 2 and submit it to the Week 4 iLab Dropbox by the due date.

Have fun while learning.

Your Name

Professor’s Name

Current Date

Lab 4: Connecting Point A to Point B

Lab Report

1. How should an Internet connection be made for the current campus? Why did you select this option over the others? AT&T is the carrier providing service to the existing campus as well as the new campus. Examine the offerings for Internet access to select the one that should be used. (10 points)

2. How should the existing and new campus locations be connected to each other? (10 points)

3. Should the two locations share an Internet connection? (10 points)

4. Compare the advantages, disadvantages, and cost of fiber optic cable, 5 GHz wireless bridges, and free space optics as a means to interconnect the campus buildings to the IT wing of the Administration Building. (10 points)

5. What would be required to interconnect the existing campus and the new campus to each other using fiber optic cable laid within the hiking trail right of way? (10 points)

6. Examine the data shown on the DSL Line Utilization Report found in Doc Sharing. This is a typical bandwidth utilization report for the ADSL line used to connect each building on the campus to the Internet. Keeping in mind that there are eight of these DSL lines connecting the campus buildings to the Internet; will a higher speed connection be needed when these are consolidated into one connection? (10 points)

7. If the two locations share an Internet connection, will a single connection suffice for both sites? (10 points)

NETW 410 DeVry Week 5 Lab Report Latest

Details:

To complete the Week 5 Lab Report, answer the questions below concerning the Network Design Lab Scenario linked from Step 2 of the iLab page.

Please use the template starting on Page 2 and submit it to the Week 5 iLab Dropbox by the due date.

Have fun while learning.

Your Name

Professor’s Name

Current Date

Lab 5: Network Addressing Design

Lab Report 1. Provide an IP addressing plan for the existing campus and the new campus. (70 points)

NETW 410 DeVry Week 6 Lab Report Latest

Details:

To complete the Week 6 Lab Report, answer the questions below concerning the Network Design Lab Scenario linked from Step 2 of the iLab page.

Please use the template starting on Page 2 and submit it to the Week 6 iLab Dropbox by the due date. Have fun while learning.

Lab Report

1. Complete this table on routing protocols. However, many rows are needed for the routing protocol names. (10 points)

2. Should the individual buildings be connected to the Administration Building at Layer 2 or Layer 3? (10 points)

3. If the individual buildings should be connected to the Administration Building at Layer 3, which routing protocol or protocols should be used? (10 points)

4. Apply the concept of Cisco Enterprise Architecture to the new network design. Which of the six major functional areas apply to this network? Draw a diagram similar to the figure in the textbook in Chapter 3 that illustrates the use of the Cisco Enterprise Architecture for this network. (10 points)

5. Using the diagram created in question 4; indicate which of the routing protocols could be used at each interconnection point between the functional areas. (10 points)

6. Considering your answer to question 3, will route redistribution be required? If it will, using the diagram created in question 4, indicate where the router redistribution will need to occur. (10 points)

7. Could STP be used instead of a routing protocol in this campus network? What would be the implications of doing so? (10 points)

NETW 410 DeVry Week 7 Lab Report Latest

Details:

To complete the Week 7 Lab Report, answer the questions below that appear in your OPNET lab instructions, downloaded in Step 3 of the Week 7 iLab page.

Please use the template starting on Page 2 and submit it to the Week 7 iLab Dropbox by the due date.

Have fun while learning.

Your Name

Professor’s Name

Current Date

Lab 7: Traffic Modeling

Lab Report

1. Capture a screen shot of the results screen and paste it into your answer sheet. (7 points)

2. What do the stats show about the traffic entering the cloud? (7 points)

3. Paste a shot of this screen into your worksheet. (7 points)

4. What do you observe about the packet delay related to the ToS we assigned? (7 points)

5. Why does this simulation run so much quicker than the first one? (7 points)

6. What do you observe about the queuing delays in both scenarios? (7 points)

7.The first panel compares the queuing delays between the three scenarios. Paste a shot of this panel in your answer sheet. (7 points)

8.How do you compare these results? (7 points)

9.The second graph panel compares the packet end-to-end delays for the three traffic demands obtained using explicit traffic and hybrid traffic (no ETE delays were available in the purely background traffic scenario). Paste a shot of this panel into your answer sheet. (7 points)

10. How would you compare the results between the first and third scenarios? (7 points)

 

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