ENG 203_8B

ENG 203_8B - ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE System Engineering...

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ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 01/20/12 1 System Engineering in an Acquisition Context John M. Borky 2009 - all rights reserved Engineering 203 System Architecture Dr. Mike Borky mborky@aol.com (Cell) 505 453-0496 © John M. Borky 2009 – all rights reserved
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ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 01/20/12 2 Session 8 – Architecting the Enterprise Lectures: 8A – Nature and Challenges of a System-of-Systems 8B – Networking Fundamentals 8C – Enterprise Architecture Methodology 8D – Issues and Concerns in Enterprise Architecture John M. Borky 2009 - all rights reserved
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ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 01/20/12 3 Lecture 8B – Networking Basics for an Enterprise Architect John M. Borky 2009 - all rights reserved
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ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Basic Network Varieties 01/20/12 John M. Borky 2009 - all rights reserved 4 System A System C System B Linear Medium System A System C System B System A System C System B Hub/Concentrator Linear Bus Ring Star/Tree Star-of-Stars Area Coverage: Local Area Network (LAN) – single facility Metropolitan (MAN) – city/group of facilities Wide (WAN) – large area/global Storage (SAN) – specialized for shared storage Topologies – as shown Protocols: Assume packet switching, but a huge variety (next chart) Default choice is Internet Protocol stack running on mainstream media such as Ethernet and 802.11 wireless Media can be wire, fiber, optical, microwave, SATCOM Networks may be complemented by data links Network Devices: Network Interface Card (NIC) Hub/Concentrator – line-to-line (Layer 2) Switches – LAN-to-LAN (Layer 2) Bridge – similar to switch but for only 2 LANs Router – host-to-host (Layer 3) Machine Access Code (MAC) – programmed into each device
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ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Protocol Stacks vs. OSI Model 01/20/12 John M. Borky 2009 - all rights reserved 5 Physical Layer – establishes data transfer speed, interference rejection, etc. Data Link Layer - encoding and decoding data packets for
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ENG 203_8B - ENG 203:SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE System Engineering...

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