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Problem on School project 11 years 9 months ago #16431

hi guys i'm jus a student having problem problem on my project,i should have done a power point on the case given but i jus had no idea on how to go about......help needed...
Case are as follow....
Case: Point 1- You had been deploy by your company
to solve a network address problem.

Point 2-XYZ Company has 3 networks in 3
different buildings, all connected by
a 64kbps ISDN link.

Point 3-Each network has about 25 nodes on
it, and its own set of servers and
printers for the workers in that
building.

Question: How would you, as a network
Consultant, assign IP addresses
to the building such that,

1-Data would not be broadcast to
every host in the buildings,
causing heavy traffic in the ISDN link

2-Only a single legal IP address is
assigned.

3-The entire network would function
efficiently. .

is my idea on using an extended star topology on the right track??

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network design 11 years 9 months ago #16434

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considering the point of a "single legal(???) IP" to be assigned, seems there is only one point of internet access. this is where the isdn router resides. i suppose you are thinking of connecting the three buildings with their three seperate seperate networks to this one.
use IP subnetting on the building networks, create three Class C subnets to accomodate all your network nodes i.e nodes, printers, servers etc. this would avoid network traffic bleeding into the other building, and a light sense of privacy as well.
if you are trying to avoid data being not broadcasted to every host under a single network, use switches on the other side of the isdn routers. each building has a switch, hence broadcast storms, or redundant data traffic can be avoided.

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Re: Problem on School project 11 years 9 months ago #16451

Thanks alot for your fast reply...it helps alot Thanks again

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how does this look 11 years 9 months ago #16452

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how is this for a change :D

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pic trouble 11 years 9 months ago #16498

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joey
can you actually see the picture? because i have just seen it from my office network, and it doesn't show up!!!
maybe its blocking the site from where the picture is being taken from. i upload the pictures on a different site, and link up on other sites as and when needed.
do let me know if anyone can see the network diagram
cheers

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Re: Problem on School project 11 years 9 months ago #16500

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hi arani,

i cant see anything.

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