Lab 2.2 Determining and diagramming a network

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Jason Murray Fundamentals of Networking ITNW 1325 Lab 2.2 Determining and diagramming a network Part 1: The topology I would have chosen would be a star toplogy, due to the fact that it is easy to maintain, multiplie computers can be added or taken off, and the loss of a terminal does not cause the whole system to malfunction. Part 2: My design didn’t go so well, in my honest opinion. I had a devil of a time finding a
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Unformatted text preview: program that didnt confuse the daylights out of me due to the complexity of it. I ended up using a program called CADE, and my crude diagram is of a star topology with a server as the hub. I realize that in the first part of the lab, it was mentioned that a lot of computers would be part of this networkI just used 6 to save space....
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course ITNW 1325 taught by Professor Davis during the Fall '10 term at Trinity Valley Community College.

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