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Running head: DESIGN REQUIREMENTS World-Wide Trading Company: Design Requirements Emily Wellen, Evan Falkenstine, Justin O’Reilly, John Richter (Group 8) University of Maryland University College
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DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 2 Table of Contents Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 3 Overall Scope/Business Needs ........................................................................................................ 3 LAN Design Requirements .............................................................................................................. 4 Wireless Design Requirements ........................................................................................................ 7 VoIP Design Requirements .............................................................................................................. 8 Active Directory Design Requirements ........................................................................................... 9 Security Design Requirements ........................................................................................................ 9 Summary ........................................................................................................................................ 12
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DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 3 Introduction World-Wide Trading Company (WWTC) has hired our group to set up a state of the art network by the end of this year. WWTC is a large online brokerage firm located in Hong Kong. WWTC has a staff of 9,000 spread around the world. WWTC is growing fast and wants to set up a regional office in New York City. The office will be an entire floor of a building on Wall Street. In preparation for designing the network, we hired a consultant to test the network infrastructure and power requirements at the new WWTC office space. The consultant reported that everything looks good for supporting a gigabit network without requiring any additional wiring and the existing power supply is sufficient. This paper will address the design requirement of the network to meet the business needs of WWTC. Overall Scope/Business Needs The president of WWTC has provided their overall business and technical goals that include: Increase revenue from 10 billion to 40 billion in three to four years Reduce the operating cost from 30 to 15 percent in two to three years by using an automated system for buying and selling. Provide secure means of customer purchase and payment over Internet. Allow employee to attach their notebook computers to the WWTC network and Internet services. Provide state of the art VoIP and Data Network Provide faster Network services Provide fast and secure wireless services in the lobby and two large conference rooms (100x60)
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DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 4 In order to meet these business goals, our group will propose a network design that solves known security audit problems, provides redundancy/availability and overall provides a modular, scalable network. LAN Design Requirements WWTC has provided a comprehensive list of requirements for the local area network (LAN) in the upcoming New York City office. This section describes the overall requirements set out for the design of the local area network (LAN). WWTC requires two separate networks designating classified and unclassified networks. Classified and unclassified networks will follow Cisco Enterprise Architecture best practices which combine security, integrity and availability elements. All networks will run in 1-1 or higher redundancy modes where dictated by application. Classified and unclassified LANs will be physically separate both in hardware and physical proximity to each other, with safeguards preventing the contamination of a given network.
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