Optical Fiber and Heavy Duty

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MASCAR IT SOLUTIONS LIMITED

CCNA SEMESTER 4 PROJECT

MUJUNI JEREMY

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INDEX PAGE NUMBER

BACKGROUND
EXECITIVE SUMMARY
NETWORK REQUIREMENTS
CURRENT NETWORK ENVIROMENT
PROPOSED PHYSICAL DESIGN
PROPOSED LOGICAL DESIGN
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
COST ESTIMATE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SIGNITURES

BACKGROUND
ArchBlueprints, an architectural engineering company started off five years ago in a single storied office block from where it operated. It employed about 50 architects and was run by five directors and managerial department heads. ArchBlueprints at the time had a small IT network infrastructure with about 75 computers, 3 heavy duty printers within the whole office block, all networked and using a DSL connection to a single ISP for internet connectivity.
The company made massive profits overtime and invested heavily in developing the IT network. It bought more computers and hired more architects and deployed more heavy duty printers as the firm grew.
The network design eventually became burdened with the constant additions and this in effect led to a slow network with terribly slow speeds.
However, ArchBlueprints has just completed a takeover of 2 other architectural firms and has recently moved into a new 5 storied building. The company wants to upgrade its IT network to match the new design of the new office block and also the increased demand for network resource. In addition, it plans to buy more equipment and recruit more staff in various capacities.
ArchBlueprints then contacted Mascar IT Solutions to design a network upgrade and produce a high performance network.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
OBJECTIVES OF ArchBlueprints Company
To provide higher bandwidth with better internet connectivity for the employees
To integrate more equipment onto the network
To have a network reliable enough to handle the traffic generated on the network
To increase productivity of the staff with a better performance network
To improve the

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