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NETWORK DESIGN PROJECT
SUNNYSLOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RADD NETWORKING, INC.

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RANDY CROCKETT - ASH RAND - DIRK FRETZ - DANIEL CURTIS
Table of Contents

Acknowledgements1

Presentation Overview2

1. RFP Requirements3
1.1 Sunnyslope Elementary Stats/User Counts3
1.2 WAN Design3
1.3 IP Addressing3
1.4 Hardware/Software3
1.5 LAN Design3
1.6 Security & Network Management3
1.7 Additional Network Factors3
1.8 Summary3

Washington Elementary School District Wide Area Network4

2. The WESD WAN5
2.1 Internet Connectivity6

Washington Elementary School District IP Addresses7

3. IP Addressing Scheme8
3.1 IP Addressing Scheme Summarized8
3.2 IP Addresses for Hubs & Schools9
3.3 Sunnyslope Network IP Addresses10
3.4 Sunnyslope Network IP Addresses Summarized10

District & School Hardware & Software11

4. Why Choose RADD?12
4.1 WAN Internet Security12
4.2 Switches13
4.2.1 Cisco Catalyst 3750G-12S13
4.2.2 Cisco Catalyst 2950G-24TS-E13
4.3 Routers (Layer 3)14
4.3.1 Cisco Catalyst 650614
4.3.2 LAN Router14

5. Servers15
5.1 Workgroup Servers15
5.2 Enterprise Servers16

6. Proxy/Cache/Content Filtering17
6.1 Red Hat Linux17
6.2 Squid17
6.3 Websense Enterprise V517

7. Cluster Servers18
7.1 High Availability & Load Balancing18
7.2 Scalability18
7.3 Ease of Administration18
7.4 Inexpensive Hardware18

8. Terminal Servers19
8.1 High Availability of Information19
8.2 Ease of Administration19
8.3 Inexpensive Workstation Hardware19
8.4 Linux Workstations19

Sunnyslope Elementary20

Campus Wiring Layout20

9. Sunnyslope Campus Network/Wiring Diagram21
9.1 Sunnyslope Campus Cutsheet22
9.2 Distributed Computing23
9.3 Cable Measurement Method24
9.4 CAT5e Cable Measurements25
9.5 Multi-Mode Fiber Optic Cable Measurements27

WAN/LAN Security28

10. Security Measures & Network Management29
10.1 External Security29
10.2 Operational Security29
10.3 Surveillance30
10.4 Passwords and ID Systems30
10.5 Auditing31
10.6 Access Rights31
10.7 Guarding Against Viruses32

11. ACLs, VLANs, & Security33
11.1 Security Policy33

Additional Network Project Factors34

12. Cost Breakdown35
12.1 Network Connectivity Testing Plan37
12.2 Network Contingency Plan38
12.3 Throughput Testing Plan39
12.4 Security40
12.5 Environmental Controls40
12.6 Timeline41

Pilot Network42

13. Pilot Network43
13.1 Options & Future Growth44
13.1.1 Service Level Agreement (SLA)44
13.1.2 Ring & Mesh Topology44
13.1.3 Voice over IP (VoIP)44

14. Summary45

Appendix A District & School Computers46

Appendix B Router & Switch Configurations54

Bibliography59

Acknowledgements

[pic]Professor Gulledge
[pic]Guidance Throughout the Semester

[pic]Professor Sherwood
[pic]Technical Writing and Public Speech

[pic]Professor Bruyn
[pic]Insight into Linux Program

[pic]Cisco Networking Academy
[pic]Training Materials Provided

[pic]DeVry University
[pic]Equipment & Resources to Display Pilot Network

Presentation Overview

[pic]Sunnyslope Elementary Stats

[pic]WAN Design

[pic]IP Addressing

[pic]Hardware/Software

[pic]LAN Design

[pic]Security & Network Management

[pic]Additional Network Project Factors

[pic]Summary

RFP Requirements

1 Sunnyslope Elementary Stats/User Counts

Sunnyslope Elementary is a Pre-K through 6th Grade School that has a current enrollment of 845 students. The Washington Elementary School District (WESD) RFP calls for 250 Curriculum computers and 75 Administration computers. Layer 1 wiring run needs...
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