Week 4 Assignment1 - Running head: VLAN 1 VLAN Travis Prine...

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Running head: VLAN 1 VLAN Travis Prine IT242 October 09,2011 Michael Sthultz
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VLAN 2 VLAN This paper is to explain how I would set a VLAN to ensure proper connectivity, lower bandwidth usage, and the protocols I would implement to create a good working VLAN.
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VLAN 3 A VLAN network is growing very popular in todays corporate world. When a company has satellite offices all over the world, there are many useful benefits to doing away with a LAN and upgrading to a VLAN. Virtual LANS provide a way to logically structure a network. VLAN allows you to group together a single domain without the restriction of a physical location. When you use a VLAN you allow members in different locations to communicate together as if they were connected on the same wire. You are also able to broadcast domains, connectivity, and share services as if you were in the same room. With VLAN you get the benefit of non physical boundaries, and you also get the comfort of the security as if you were on a LAN. You don’t only get the restriction of physical location lifted, added security, but you can
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course IT 240 242 taught by Professor Some during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 4 Assignment1 - Running head: VLAN 1 VLAN Travis Prine...

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