Ip Configuration

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For the network configuration, we decided to go with a partial mesh configuration to save on cost and time. With the amount of staff members and estimate growth on a annual basis. For Ip address that’s needed to allow enough for employees and guest for the business the sufficient. ip address with subnet with 256 usable ip address with a /25 allow guest to use the network .
The configuration of the wireless network would allow the management workgroup to connect wireless on the third floor were the upper management staff. Basement level to the second/ first floor with run unshielded paired Ethernet cabling only to the telemarketers, which is about 85 feet. 15 ft for the security desk and 20 feet to training room. Sales agents will run off the wireless with workgroup allowing minimal access to display product to customers with restricted access to the outside internet with the configurations to allow monitor and packet captures as well as the management group .wireless system will support IEEE 802.11g ,IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a. Cisco wireless access point will be mounted on the ceiling with a hexagon formation to allow maximum coverage within the infrastructure. Basic information relating to the communication of the wireless network in figure 1.1 and the layout of the cisco wireless access points figure 1.2. each workstation not part of the training or security will be equipped with 150Mbps 2.4GHz Wireless PCI LAN Adapter Card with Antenna which will connect with access point located around the building.
Base of the network will run a partial mesh topology for the sales for and the telemarketers on the second floor
For the wireless set up a guest network would need to establish internet access and reference point complexly different from the sales floor access.
Basic network configurations for cisco wireless access…...

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