LAN Design

By elmdafest ·
Floor A is reserved for top management, marketing, and sales (including product demonstrations); only about 50 employees work on this floor. Floor B is used by the 75 employees of the administrative functions (finance, accounting, and HR), and Floors C and D are utilized by the consulting/software development teams. The building has been wired according to the ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A standard so that on Floors A and B each workspace has two data ports and on Floors C and D four. In addition, the product demonstration space has 40 ports for demonstration equipment. Multimode 62.5/125 ?m fiber is used as backbone cabling and UTP Cat 5e for horizontal runs. Workstations on Floors C and D and in the product demonstration space should have faster network connectivity than other users. Each floor has two telecommunications closets because otherwise the horizontal runs would be too long. What Could be the best LAN Design for this scenario? (There are 250 employees all)

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