# Mini Case University

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9/25/12 Chapter 5 Mini-case MIS-589-19217
Armando Gomez
II. Central University
Suppose you are the network manager for Central University, a medium-size university with 13,000 students. The university has 10 separate colleges (e.g., business, arts, journalism), 3 of which are relatively large (300 faculty and staff members, 2,000 students, and 3 buildings) and 7 of which are relatively small (200 faculty and staff, 1,000 students, and 1 building). In addition, there are another 2,000 staff members who work in various administration departments (e.g., library, maintenance, and finance) spread over another 10 buildings. There are 4 residence halls that house a total of 2,000 students. Suppose the university has the 128.100.xxx.xxx address range on the Internet. 1. How would you assign the IP addresses to the various subnets? 2. How would you control the process by which IP addresses are assigned to individual computers? You will have to make some assumptions to answer both questions, so be sure to state your assumptions. Assumptions

1. All college buildings, administration departments and residence halls are connected to a BN. 2. The relatively large colleges with 3 buildings have 3 separate LANs each. One LAN on each building. Each LAN is connected to the other through a router that is connected to the BN. 3. All other buildings are connected to the BN through a router. 4. Assuming one router supporting the BN. It will be assigned the IP address 128.100.255.x. 5. Every subnet in the Central University has the network address 128.100.x.x. How would you assign the IP addresses to the various subnets? 1. College 1 router with 3 buildings will be assigned the IP address 128.100.255.1. Each building has its own separate LAN. LAN 1 will be assigned the IP address (128.100.1.x), LAN 2 (128.100.2.x), and LAN 3 (128.100.3.x).

2. College 2 router with 3 buildings will be assigned the IP address 128.100.255.2. Each building has its own...