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Document Configurations for Standardization Phase 2 Assignment As the network engineer, you have been asked to standardize network configurations...

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Document Configurations for Standardization 1 Phase 2 Assignment As the network engineer, you have been asked to standardize network configurations across the University campus. This week, your manager has scheduled a meeting to discuss with you specific configuration requirements based on camera density and traffic patterns, standards that you are proposing, and your configuration template that addresses the following design requirements. Design Requirements Your configuration template should address each of the following, keeping in mind that both the existing data traffic and the camera traffic must be supported: 1. Four camera VLANs; To create the four VLANs we will assign them with the following VLAN IDs: 50, 100, 150, and 200. To follow the IDs we will name them CAM50, CAM100, CAM150, and CAM200. To configure the switch follow the naming convention and follow the following setup: S1# configure terminal S1(config)# vlan 50 S1(config-vlan)# name CAM50 S1(config-vlan)# end Type the following to verify setup is complete: S1# show vlan breif S2# configure terminal S2(config)# vlan 100 S2(config-vlan)# name CAM100 S2(config-vlan)# end Type the following to verify setup is complete: S2# show vlan breif
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Document Configurations for Standardization 2 S3# configure terminal S3(config)# vlan 150 S3(config-vlan)# name CAM150 S3(config-vlan)# end Type the following to verify setup is complete: S3# show vlan breif S4# configure terminal S4(config)# vlan 200 S4(config-vlan)# name CAM200 S4(config-vlan)# end Type the following to verify setup is complete: S4# show vlan breif 2. Local VLAN database; 3. Standard trunking protocol with non-default native VLAN; 4. Nonstandard management VLAN; 5. Standard hostnames; 6. Local authentication database with privilege level 15 for all senior network engineers and privilege level 1 for junior engineers; 7. SSH transport for VTY ports; and 8. Password-protect on all out-of-band management ports; Deliverables You are required to prepare a detailed network report for your manager at the next scheduled meeting. Your report should include: 1. Standardized network configurations to be used across the campus network; and
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