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CMIT 350 WAN and SOHO Skills Implementation Eddie Nunez CMIT 350 - 6380 Professor: Yousif Ali Part III UMUC
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Contents I. Sacramento Site Configuration ........................................................................................................ 3 Sacramento Current issues and technology challenges ....................................................................... 3 Proposed Technologies and Solutions .................................................................................................. 4 Sample Configurations ......................................................................................................................... 4 Creating New VLAN .............................................................................................................................. 4 Setting up access mode and port security ........................................................................................... 4 Configuring ROS ................................................................................................................................... 5 Configuring switch sample ................................................................................................................... 5 Configuring router sample ................................................................................................................... 5 Creating DHCP configurations .............................................................................................................. 6 Sample topology .................................................................................................................................. 6 II. Los Angeles Site configuration ......................................................................................................... 6 Los Angeles Current issues and technology challenges ....................................................................... 7 Proposed Technologies and Solutions .................................................................................................. 7 Sample Configurations ......................................................................................................................... 7 Sample topology .................................................................................................................................. 9 III. xACME WAN configuration .......................................................................................................... 9 xACME technology challenges ............................................................................................................. 9 Proposed Technologies and Solutions .................................................................................................. 9 Sample Configurations ....................................................................................................................... 10 Sample topology ................................................................................................................................ 10 IV. Bibliography ............................................................................................................................... 11
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I. Sacramento Site Configuration Sacramento Current issues and technology challenges The Sacramento office site is in need of three main components. The first challenge to be address is the need to implement a VLAN database for its switches. The proper port security must be implemented to the switch in order to allow only two mac addresses per port and block access from non-authorized users. This site will be implementing a routing on a stick (ROS) topology in order to meet the requirement that the multiple VLANs and Inter-VLAN need. Finally, DHCP dynamic host control protocol needs to be utilize in order to assign IP addresses automatically within the proper pools of IP addresses. Proposed Technologies and Solutions The following site will be divided into four different VLANs faculty, administrator, instructional, and server. These names will work as the IDs for the required VLANs and the IP address pools that contain a total of 60 devices. The necessary port security needs to be implemented and for this reason, we need to be aware of switch port access mode and trunk configuration. Access mode is a protocol set in place to allow ports to have the ability to communicate with nodes that are currently present within the same VLAN. On the other hand, trunk mode enhances communication by allowing VLANs to talk to each other on the switch. This site will be using a ROS topology in order to support the four VLANs and inter-VLAN routing. Finally, DHCP which is a client server protocol that automatically provides and assigns IP addresses to multiple devices or hosts in a subnet or VLAN. Each VLAN will have its own set of IP leases or addresses. All of these solutions will be implemented in order to properly administer all the systems and devices at the Sacramento location. Sample Configurations VLAN ID VLAN Int IP Range Subnet Mask Default Gateway ADMINISTRATIVE Int vlan 14 10.50.0.64- 116 255.255.255.192 10.50.0.65 INSTRUCTIONAL Int vlan 34 10.50.0.128 – 180 255.255.255.192 10.50.0.129 SERVER Int vlan 7 10.50.0.192 -245 255.255.255.192 10.50.0.193 FACULTY Int vlan 5 10.50.0.0 - 52 255.255.255.192 10.50.0.1 Creating New VLAN SacramentoSw1>en SacramentoSw1# config t
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