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Waheed A Roberts TRUE TECHNOLOGIES Network System Implementation MARCONI LAW, LLC. ORLANDO, FL
Table of Contents Project Scope .............................................................................................................................................. 2 Network Objectives .................................................................................................................................... 3 Network Infrastructure Requirements ....................................................................................................... 3 IP Network Design Table ............................................................................................................................. 3 Network Configuration and Procedural Checklist ...................................................................................... 4 User Logins and Passwords ......................................................................................................................... 4 Network Topology Diagram with IP Addresses .......................................................................................... 5 Capital and Operating Requirements ......................................................................................................... 6 Hardware and Software Specifications ....................................................................................................... 6 Timesheets .................................................................................................................................................. 8 Status Reports ............................................................................................................................................. 9 Update your table of contents each week before submitting the assignment – milestones 1, 2, 3, 4 1
Scope of Work IMPORTANT - Please ensure that you replace/remove all of the green text with your own text for the appropriate milestone. Everything is considered draft until milestone 4, so there is time to add more information or revise information to the sections of your project report. By the end of the course, there should be no more green text in this project report, and all pages should be formatted neatly with no spelling errors including proper capitalization of acronyms. Non-fully formatted project reports will still considered a draft. Good rule of thumb: Let’s say we are working on milestone 3. You will want to revisit prior milestones along with anything marked “milestone 3” (Network Infrastructure Requirements, IP Network Design Table, and Network Topology Diagram). You should refine and perfect your verbiage in all sections as you learn more in this course. Remember to put your name and fictitious company name on the cover page and properly update your table of contents for the report so the descriptions and page numbers match. Also, be sure that tables and paragraphs do not break across pages by the time that you submit this project report in milestone 4. You will use this project report throughout the entire month. Therefore, note closely the milestones attached to each section. Please DO NOT change the titles to the sections of the report. ALL QUESTIONS in any one section must be answered. Do not copy and paste any information from your assignments, other websites, or the documents into this document as your own work. If you do, this is plagiarism and will be subject to receiving a zero. One more thing… always be sure that your name and fictitious company name are on the cover page. Project Title Local Area Network System Implementation Project Scope Replace this text for milestone 1 (we’ll revisit this in milestone 3) The answer to each question should be its own paragraph. You will have the chance to revisit and finalize this scope in milestone 3, but please make sure that your answers to each of these questions are 5-8 sentences long. Once sentence answers don’t provide enough specifics for this project, and you’re leaving too much open for interpretation by the client and project staff.

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