Technology design problem Buying a wrong equipment or services often the right

Technology design problem buying a wrong equipment or

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Technology design problem:­ Buying a wrong equipment or services often the right technology but wrong products or features. Overall problem with the design process:­ Lack of network design skills internally; didn't use external consultants or system integrators external network consultants or system integrators who bungle the project. RE: Threaded Discussion Sai Chandra Reddy Kotha 12/17/2016 5:24:47 AM Some major problems could be: Technology design problems: Buying wrong service or equipment with the correct technology. Product not working as promised or desired. Needs analysis problems: Inaccurate or incomplete requirements. Making changes to business requirements as the network is installed. Design process problems: Lack of necessary design skills. Consulting external network consultant or systems integrators who bungle the project. Lack of consulting external consultants to cross­check the design for flaws. Network and Transport Layer Reshma Ratnani 11/16/2016 9:38:09 PM TCP: Almost anything where you have to get all transmitted data. Examples: Web SSH, FTP, telnet
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4/25/2017 Topic Print View (NEXT(de92cda1295245f69b14f0548c26929e))/Main/CourseMode/Topic/TopicPrintView.ed?topicID=9000009649545&sortBy=Title&sortOrder=Ascending&isViewSelected=F… 27/30 SMTP, sending mail IMAP/POP, receiving mail UDP: Anything where you don't care too much if you get all data always. Examples: Tunneling/VPN (lost packets are ok ­ the tunneled protocol takes care of it) Media streaming (lost frames are ok) Games that don't care if you get every update Local broadcast mechanisms (same application running on different machines "discovering" each other) Algorithms and IPv4 Reshma Ratnani 11/17/2016 6:46:16 PM The routing algorithm is a formula that is stored in the router's memory. The routing algorithm your protocol uses is a major factor in the performance of your routing environment. The purpose of the routing algorithm is to make decisions for the router concerning the best paths for data. Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) is the fourth revision of the IP and a widely used protocol in data communication over different kinds of networks. IPv4 is a connectionless protocol used in packet­switched layer networks, such as Ethernet. It provides the logical connection between network devices by providing identification for each device. There are many ways to configure IPv4 with all kinds of devices ­ including manual and automatic configurations ­ depending on the network type. IPv4 is based on the best­effort model. This model guarantees neither delivery nor avoidance of duplicate delivery; these aspects are handled by the upper layer transport. Network and Transport Layer Reshma Ratnani 11/19/2016 10:29:03 PM According to the book the problem to get management support is that network is a cost center and to get their support the following may be of benefit Speak management's language discuss growth in network use vs network budget
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