Part of the distinction between LAN and WAN networks is ownership. Why is it impractical for an organization to own the entirety of a WAN? Why is it favorable for an organization to maintain ownership of the entirety of a LAN? Use your textbook and Internet research to compose your answer
A) There are no limitations on WANs so they can be custom built for the size of the organization. For the purpose of organizational expansion.
Given the problems with maintaining signals in short-range communications, what effect will increasing the required transmission distance have on transmitting the signal clearly?
A) The longer the distance the more chances that you have for signal loss and lack of signal …show more content…
The locations of each part of the organization are shown in Figure 7-3. Some of the communication paths are mission critical and others are not.
Construct a diagram of the most effective structure for the organization's WAN connections and justify your choices.
An organization needs to establish a connection between one of its locations in New York and another location in London, England. This means that the WAN connection must cross the Atlantic Ocean. Provide at least two options that are available for this organization to use. Use your textbook and Internet research to compose your answer. Which option would you suggest and why?
A) Use fiber optics it’s faster to go to Canada to Greenland to Iceland to Ireland to London. Or use satellites. The satellites would be cheaper and faster.
Lab 7.3 review
1. One possibility for connecting two locations over a large distance is through the use of Virtual Private Networks over an Internet connection. Why is this type of network cost effective? What connectivity is required for both parties? Use your textbook and the Internet to research your