NETWORK DESIGN PROJECTSUNNYSLOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLRADD NETWORKING

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NETWORK DESIGN PROJECT
SUNNYSLOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RADD NETWORKING, INC.

RANDY CROCKETT - ASH RAND - DIRK FRETZ - DANIEL CURTIS
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements 1
Presentation Overview 2
1. RFP Requirements 3
1.1 Sunnyslope Elementary Stats/User Counts 3
1.2 WAN Design 3
1.3 IP Addressing 3
1.4 Hardware/Software 3
1.5 LAN Design 3
1.6 Security & Network Management 3
1.7 Additional Network Factors 3
1.8 Summary 3
Washington Elementary School District Wide Area Network 4
2. The WESD WAN 5
2.1 Internet Connectivity 6
Washington Elementary School District IP Addresses 7
3. IP Addressing Scheme 8
3.1 IP Addressing Scheme Summarized 8
3.2 IP Addresses for Hubs & Schools 9
3.3 Sunnyslope Network IP Addresses 10
3.4 Sunnyslope Network IP Addresses Summarized 10
District & School Hardware & Software 11
4. Why Choose RADD? 12
4.1 WAN Internet Security 12
4.2 Switches 13
4.2.1 Cisco Catalyst 3750G-12S 13
4.2.2 Cisco Catalyst 2950G-24TS-E 13
4.3 Routers (Layer 3) 14
4.3.1 Cisco Catalyst 6506 14
4.3.2 LAN Router 14
5. Servers 15
5.1 Workgroup Servers 15
5.2 Enterprise Servers 16
6. Proxy/Cache/Content Filtering 17
6.1 Red Hat Linux 17
6.2 Squid 17
6.3 Websense Enterprise V5 17
7. Cluster Servers 18
7.1 High Availability & Load Balancing 18
7.2 Scalability 18
7.3 Ease of Administration 18
7.4 Inexpensive Hardware 18
8. Terminal Servers 19
8.1 High Availability of Information 19
8.2 Ease of Administration 19
8.3 Inexpensive Workstation Hardware 19
8.4 Linux Workstations 19
Sunnyslope Elementary 20
Campus Wiring Layout 20
9. Sunnyslope Campus Network/Wiring Diagram 21
9.1 Sunnyslope Campus Cutsheet 22
9.2 Distributed Computing 23
9.3 Cable Measurement Method 24
9.4 CAT5e Cable Measurements 25
9.5 Multi-Mode Fiber Optic Cable Measurements 27
WAN/LAN Security 28
10. Security Measures & Network Management 29
10.1 External Security 29
10.2 Operational Security 29
10.3 Surveillance 30
10.4 Passwords and ID Systems 30
10.5 Auditing 31
10.6 Access Rights 31
10.7



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