Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit2_GP

Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit2_GP - Phase 2 For...

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For the implementation of phase 2, Jan and Kim are adding the following equipment to the network: 24 additional workstations 3 additional servers 3 additional printers With these additions, the total quantities of equipment become: 32 Windows XP systems (1 in Jan's office, 1 in Kim's office, and 30 in the cubes) 4 Windows Servers 2003 (in computer room) 4 printers (in computer room) In phase 1, we over provisioned and used class C network addresses for the implementation. Thus, we had two subnets, each with 254 possible IP addresses. The workstation subnet had allocated 9 of its 254 addresses, whereas the printer subnet had allocated only 2 of its 254 addresses. Hence there is much room for growth locally at this building. Furthermore, because both subnets can be summarized by the 192.168.0.0 /23 network, if Jan and Kim were to expand their business even more by adding another branch or remote site, the current building’s network can be reached by routing to this one 192.168.0.0 /23 network. The logical diagram showing the implementation of phase 2 is as follows:
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