Help starting a project

By harold_257 ·
I am currently a student and I need some help starting a project, the general consensus is that the "business" I'm designing the network for currently have their head office in one geographical location and they are looking at expanding their network to a further two locations in different states. The head office will have at least 100 hosts with the other two locations having no more than 14. Between each location there will need to be a pair of router and each pair will require their own subnet. What I need help with to get me started is:

Determine which subnets are required and design an appropriate IP
addressing scheme using the network Identify the number of
subnets needed (one for each location and one for each pair of routers), the
address ranges for each subnet and the subnet mask.

Identify the location and number of domain controllers, DNS servers, DHCP
servers, web servers and Email servers.

If you can provide me this information it will help me immensely

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Read your textbooks and assigned materials,

by wizard57m_cnet Moderator In reply to Help starting a project

the answers you need should be in them. From the FAQ on posting questions...
"Don't post homework questions.Those questions are for you to work out, so that you'll learn from the experience. It's okay to ask for hints but not for entire solutions."
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by harold_257 In reply to Read your textbooks and a ...

I'm just looking for hints to get me started

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by mattouellette In reply to Read your textbooks and a ...

I believe yoru question itself has all the hints you need. If you plan on doing this for a living you can't go out to the internet and ask a forum to plan and design your network changes. Listen to Wizard, its in your books. I promise. Besided, your question tells you exactly how many subnets you need anyways.

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