"I need to write 1 pages for each case project.
As a consultant for the First National Bank of Monroe, you have been asked to update the IP addressing scheme for the bank’s regional office as well as its two smaller branches. Nodes added within the last 2 years use DHCP, but some of those installed before then have statically assigned IP addresses. The network has grown from 24 workstations and three servers to 48 worksta- tions and six servers in that time, all of which are running Windows operating systems. Describe what types of problems could result from having a mix of statically assigned and dynamically assigned addresses on the same network. Then describe the steps you would take to change the address assignment properties for a Windows XP workstation. Is there a way you could modify the addressing properties of the workstations at each small office remotely, without having to visit those offices? Why or why not?
Case Project 3-2
While you were gathering information to recommend transmission media for
the medical instrument manufacturer, you noticed that some of the telco
rooms were in disarray. For one thing you notice sloppy cable terminations.
Further, cables are pulled tightly around the corners of racks and intertwined.
You also suspect that the horizontal wiring spans exceed TIA/EIA 568 recommendations.
And to top it off, cables, ports on connectivity devices, and data
jacks aren’t labeled. However, the company’s network manager tells you she
and her staff don’t have time to attend to these oversights. What can you say
to convince her that the minor oversights could have a significant impact?
What do you consider the single most important reason to pay attention to
faulty terminations and excessive horizontal wiring spans? Why is it critical
to label patch cables, ports, and data jacks?
Case Project 3-3
Thanks to your persuasive skills, the medical instrument company took a few
days to improve its cable management practices. That’s fortunate, because
now, several months later, it has just won a huge contract and its network
will expand. The brand-new warehouse is busy with activity. The inventory
shelves are being stocked to the ceiling. Nearby, machines that carry merchandise
along a conveyor belt are working nonstop. However, the company has a
new problem: since production has stepped up, several inventory specialists in
the warehouse are complaining that occasionally their handheld computers
will not connect to the network or that they suddenly lose their connection.
It’s especially frustrating because more personnel than ever are trying to use
the network. What could be causing the handheld computers to experience
intermittent connectivity problems? What can you do to rule out the possibility
that the handheld computers are simply faulty?
Case Project 4-1
As a Consultant for the first National bank of Monroe, You have been asked to update the IP addressing Scheme for the bank's regional office as well as its two smaller branches.Nodes added within the last 2 years use DHCP,but some of those installed before then have statically assigned IP addresses.The network has grown from 24 workstations and three servers to 48 workstations and 6 servers in that time, all of which are running Windows operating systems. Describe what types of problem could result from having a mix of atatically assigned and dynamically assigned addresses on the same network.Then describe the steps you would take to changes the address assignment propreties for a Windows XP worksation.Is there a way you could modify the addressing properties of the Worksations at each small office remotely, without having to vist those offices? Why or Why not.
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