4.5.1.1 Class Activity - Linked In!.doc

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Class Activity - Linked In! Objectives Connect devices using wired and wireless media. Physical Topology Background /Scenario Note : This activity is best completed in groups of 2-3 students. Your small business is moving to a new location! Your building is brand new, and you must come up with a physical topology so that network port installation can begin. Your instructor will provide you with a blueprint created for this activity. The area on the blueprint, indicated by Number 1, is the reception area and the area numbered RR is the restroom area. © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 1 of 2
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Class Activity - Linked In! All rooms are within Category 6 UTP specifications (100 meters), so you have no concerns about hard-wiring the building to code. Each room in the diagram must have at least one network connection available for users/intermediary devices. Do not go into excessive detail on your design. Just use the content from the chapter to be able to justify your decisions to the class. Required Resources Packet Tracer software Reflection 1. Where would you locate your network main distribution facility, while keeping security in mind? Room 11 because its small. It’s a good place for a network center. Its the farthest away from offices and has only one door entry.___________________________________________________________________________________
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