Final Project - LOCAL AREA NETWORK SETUP PLANNING Designed...

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LOCAL AREA NETWORK SETUP PLANNING Designed For : Designed By: Jason Van Sickle
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Why Setting Up Local Area Network ? Local printing and file transfer Web browsing , Sending and collecting e-mail Applications and servers Database access
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Hardware Requirements For LAN Router / Gateway device Network Cards Hub / Switch Cat5 cable
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Router / Gateway device Provide NAT (Network Address Translation) DHCP server Stateful packet inspection Wireless access point Print server DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Content filtering
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Hub / Switch Get one that has enough ports to support the number of computers you plan on adding to the network Get a dual-speed hub or switch to support both 10MB and 100MB network speed
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Network Cards Each PC on your network needs a network card Should be compatible with the hardware and operating system for the computer Should be the faster 100baseT cards or better for better performance
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course LIT 210 taught by Professor Dexter during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Final Project - LOCAL AREA NETWORK SETUP PLANNING Designed...

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