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Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit2_GP_Part1_Diagram

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Planning and Implementing a Network Unit 2 Group Project Kregg M. Soltow July 27, 2011 American Intercontinental University After the successful opening of the new office, Jan and Kim have asked that you return to plan and to implement phase 2 of their plan. You are familiar with their existing network setup. They have budgeted for a large expansion to their network using static IP addresses. They will be purchasing the following: 3 additional servers 24 more workstations 3 more printers With these additions, the registered office equipment is now: 32 Windows XP systems (1 in Jan's office, 1 in Kim's office, and 30 within cubicles) 4 Windows Servers 2008 (in server room) 4 printers (in server room) When orchestrating the assignment from unit 1 I anticipated this move for additional hardware and therefore utilized “class C” network addresses during the execution. That left us with two subnets, each subnet consisting of 254 potential IP addresses. Originally
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  • Spring '12
  • Gugenhiem
  • IP address, IP addresses, American Intercontinental University, Windows XP systems, Kregg M. Soltow, potential IP addresses

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