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NETW206 W3 Assignment 2

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Standardized Configurations for Network;Grading Rubric;Categories;Points and Grading Content;Points and Grading Content;Points and Grading Content;Points and Grading Content;Content and Terminal Course Objective;20;The network report contains the TCO with extensive detail for the network VLAN configuration.;15;The network report contains the TCO with basic detail regarding the network VLAN configuration.;10;The network report contains the TCO with limited detail regarding the network VLAN configuration.;5;The network report contains the TCO with little to no parts covered on the network VLAN configuration.;Creativity;10;The network report has creative details and descriptions using the student?s own determination, experience, or knowledge to meet network requirements.;8;The network report has few creative details and descriptions using the student?s own determination, experience, or knowledge to meet network requirements.;6;The network report has one creative detail and descriptions using the student?s own determination, experience, or knowledge to meet network requirements.;4;The network report contains no creative details and descriptions using the student?s own determination, experience, or knowledge to meet network requirements.;Grammar and Punctuation;5;The network report contains fewer than two grammatical errors.;4;The network report contains fewer than four grammatical errors.;3;The network report contains fewer than six grammatical errors.;2;The network report contains more than six grammatical errors.;Organization;5;The network report is very well organized. Each idea is followed by another in a clear, sequential order.;4;The network report is pretty well organized. Most ideas are followed by another in a clear, sequential order.;3;The network report is a little hard to follow. Ideas are not followed by others in sequential order.;2;The network report does not contain a clear arrangement.;The max amount of points for this assignment is 40 points.;If no assignment is submitted, the student will receive 0 points.;Assignment Background Information;This project will provide support for high-definition IP cameras for DeVry?s campus network.;In Phase 1, you designed a network switching infrastructure that supported both the existing data traffic as well as additional camera traffic, according to requirements. In Phase 2, you will create standards and provide a configuration template for implementation teams to use in future deployments.;Phase 2 Assignment;As the network engineer, you have been asked to standardize network configurations across the Devry University campus.;This week, your manager has scheduled a meeting to discuss with you specific configuration requirements based on camera density and traffic patterns, standards that you are proposing, and your configuration template that addresses the following design requirements.;Design Requirements;Your configuration template should address each of the following, keeping in mind that both the existing data traffic and the camera traffic must be supported.;1. Four camera VLANs;2. Local VLAN database;3. Standard trunking protocol with nondefault native VLAN;4. Nonstandard management VLAN;5. Standard hostnames;6. Local authentication database with Privilege Level 15 for all senior network engineers and Privilege Level 1 for junior engineers;7. SSH transport for VTY ports;8. Password-protect on all out-of-band management ports;Deliverables;You are required to prepare a detailed network report for your manager at the next scheduled meeting.;Your report should include the following.;1. Standardized network configurations to be used across the campus network;a. Naming standards for all devices;b. Cable identification;c. IP addressing scheme using RFC 1918 addresses;d. Indication of how your devices will obtain addresses (statically or dynamically);e. VLAN membership;2. Any concerns based on the current network design;Note: Now that you have gained more knowledge about the construction and operation of a switch-based network, you may realize that your original design needs to be modified. This is not unusual. If you discover that you need to modify your original design, resubmit your topology, identify any changes that you made, and explain in your report what you learned that prompted you to make the modification and describe how it will improve the operation of the network.;IMPORTANT: A report template is provided, and you must use it to submit your assignment. Before submitting your assignment, delete the first pages of this document containing the instructions.;Your submitted assignment should begin with the title page and only contain your report.;Research Options and Tips;Configuration templates are the running configurations of the routers and switches that contain commands that are common to all or several devices. Those portions of the running configuration that differ should be noted, and these variations should be based on your defined standards.;Example Configuration;The example below shows a few places in a router?s running configuration where a naming standard has been implemented. This standard uses the physical location of a router in a WAN environment. Your standard could be based on physical location in a closet, an intermediate or main distribution facility, or some combination of both.;If your router is also going to be used to dynamically assign IP addresses, those addresses should be assigned from a pool that conforms to your defined standard. If you choose to use a dedicated DHCP server, then you should indicate this and identify the addressing pool.;All interfaces should contain a meaningful description. Any configurations that are common to all devices should be identified.;hostname Ft_Worth;ip dhcp pool Ft_Worth;network 192.168.10.96 255.255.255.240;default-router 192.168.10.97;interface FastEthernet0/0;description Accounting Department LAN;ip address 192.168.10.97 255.255.255.240;Similar standards should be applied to your switch configurations.;The following websites are available to assist in your research and design for this project. The first one is the most relevant to this week?s assignment. The remaining links have information that concerns applications that are helpful in network management.;Cisco Standards and Naming Conventions: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk869/tk769/technologies_white_paper09186a008014f924.shtml;Solarwinds: http://www.solarwinds.com;OPNET: www.opnet.com;Manage Engine: www.manageengine.com;Configure Privilege Levels: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/sec_user_services/configuration/guide/sec_cfg_sec_4cli.html#wp1054522;http://www.petri.co.il/csc_how_to_configure_local_username_database_cisco_ios.htm

 

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