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How to setup a two office network

By samcheung0000 ·
Tags: Networking
As I am starting a project which need to setup a network for two office and need to have a report to boss using Cisco Packet Tracer,

I would like to know how many router and what kind of server I needed, also what is need for each office.

Below is the requirement, thanks for help!

(a)Two offices with correct departments must be indicated clearly in your network design. WAN
connection must be provided between the two offices.
(b)Each office must be connected with an ISP router for Internet.
(c)One extra LAN is needed in Reception area in the first office. It is assigned as public area for visitors to use for Internet connection,
(d)Security rules used in Cisco IOS must be applied.
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Routers tie multiple networks together

by SFCable In reply to How to setup a two office ...

When building a small office network, you’ll need one or more routers. A router connects your networked computers to the Internet. This enables all connected computers to share one single Internet connection.
A router acts as a dispatcher, choosing the best route for your information to travel. It connects your business to the world, protects information from security threats, and can even decide which computers get priority over others.

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