Some of the more important codes, standards and specifications I would need to become
familiar with while designing a new building since I will be running cable and setting up
telecommunications would be the FCC, which works towards six goals in the areas
For your computer or gaming system to communicate with other computers it needs a network
interface card connected to the appropriate Network medium. This creates the physical
connection to the network. The computer must also be configured to use the prot
Building a New Structure-RFP
1. Contractor shall be regularly and continuously engaged in the business of providing
telecommunications cabling services for at least the last five (5) years.
2.Contractor shall possess all permits, l
One of the first decisions I would need to make is the design selection of the network type.
Products in the same group each follow the same networking rules, and you can count on them to
work together properly. This will also dictate what tools and testi
Would you be able to reverse this change at this point? No
What does this message mean? Windows cannot verify that the user name is unique.
What does this message indicate? The AD/DC is serving as the infrastructure master role.
Why did you no
Dear Junior Admin;
To determine which DCs currently hold which roles and determine which DCs are Global
Catalog Servers in your ad users and computers console you have the entry Domain Controllers,
select your DC properties, there is DC Type, eg. Global C
Unit 5 - Assignment 1
Due 24 July, 2013
1) How many do we need? If there are too few Global Catalog Servers, you could cause severe
performance problems or possibly a single point of failure. At the same time though, having too
many Global Catalog
1. What is the name of the site that was created by default when you installed the Active
Directory Domain Services role? Default-First-Site-Name
2. What servers are listed within this folder? Server 50 and Server 50A
3. What connection objects are config
Dear Junior Admin:
If you rule out intentional disconnections, hardware failures, and outdated Windows 2000
domain controllers, the remainder of replication problems almost always have one of the
following root causes:
Network connectivity: The network c
First, I recommend planning in advance for future Active Directory growth. Who will
administrator Active Directory? Will one person or team take care of the entire thing or will
management responsibilities be divided according to domain or organizational
Due Date: 07/11/13
Unit 3 Exercise 1-Company Merger
My first question: Is what type of business or industry the company represents? Who will be
the executive sponsor, the project architect, project manager? Will this person also be in charge
of the Active
Dear Junior Admin
Lets take the large office first. However, as a rule of thumb, I would take the view that any
branch location thats going to utilize Active Directory services (authentication, file services,
etc), benefits from having a local DC and doma
Dear Junior Admin:
There could be multiple reasons for this occurring. If multiple workstations are experiencing
problems with leasing IP addresses, then the problem is most likely related to the DHCP server
itself. If you suspect that the DHCP server is
What service is necessary in order to ping Server# by name? DNS
Where did the wizard obtain the IP address that appears in the Preferred DNS Server IPv4 text
box by default? From that address that we added.
What happens? DNS server at the specified IP add
As an IT Administrator I would make the following recommendations as the initial setup
for the company. I would use only one network/subnet ranging from 192.168.1.0 to
192.168.1.254 as my range of subnets which would be dynamically assigned to simplify th
Building a New Structure Problem Analysis
The symptoms of many cable problems are similar to symptoms of software problems, so
it can be difficult to determine when the cable causes a problem. The first step in simplifying the
isolation of the source of n
Testing Your Fiber-Optic Cables
A continuity tester is an item of electrical test equipment used to determine if an electrical
path can be established between two points; that is if an electrical circuit can be made. The
circuit under test is completely d
Compare conduit and duct/tray installation. When would each one be the best solution?
Conduit is pipe. It can be metallic, nonmetallic, flexible, or rigid and runs from a work area to a
telecommunications room to the equipment roo
Start from the outside with FTTB and continue inside with FTTD.
Necessary Hardware for outside We will utilize feeder, distribution, and drop cables. Also to be
installed is the local convergence cabinet, the network access point, and the network interfac
1. Forward Biased LED- A condition in which a PN junction allows current to flow in one
Incoherent Light-Out-Of-Phase photons
Laser-An acronym that stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation
There are two main types of fiber optic transmitter that are in use today. Both of them are
based around semiconductor technology: Light emitting diodes (LEDs) and Laser diodes.
Semiconductor optical transmitters have many advantages. They are
Fiber Optic Connector Assembly
Cable and Optical Fiber Preparation
Step 1: Cut the cable casing approximately 2 longer than required.
Step 2: Install the strain relief boot on the cables end. *Note* the boot will not fit over the
connector, so it must be
Mechanical Splice of Fiber Optic Cable
1-Make sure the work area is clean, dry and well lit.
2- Assemble all necessary tools
3- Remove the mechanical splice from its protective packaging and load the splice into the
assembly tool by pressing firmly
Splicing and Connection Performance
Describe three factors that could affect splicing performance.
There are 3 factors that affect splicing performance as specified in our text: variations
between optical fiber, alignment, and optical fiber mating issues
New Building Safety Plan
An organization's occupational health and safety policy is a statement of principles and general
rules that serve as guides for action. Senior management must be committed to ensuring that the
policy is carried out with no excepti
Crosstalk The coupling or transfer of unwanted signals from one pair within a cable to
Waveguides A structure that guides electromagnetic waves along their length.
FTTH - Fiber to the home (FTTH) is the deliv
Unit 7 Assignment 1
Refraction, Reflection and Optics
Refraction is the bending of waves as they pass from one medium to another, due to a change
in their speed. The phenomenon is most commonly associated with light, but can also apply to
Step 1: Using a Crimping Tool, trim the end of the cable you're terminating, to ensure that the
ends of the conducting wires are even.
Step 2: Being careful not to damage the inner conducting wires, strip off approximately 1 inch o
OTDR stands for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer, and it is a piece of equipment used by
people who work with fiber optic cable. A fiber optic cable is a very thin, very transparent strand
of glass. A laser beam flashes on and off to send i
What would be the benefits of a wired and a wireless network plan? Wired connections are easier
to set up. With most modern computers you can simply plug in the cable and get on the Net.
Wired is almost always faster than wireless, and never slower. A wir