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Need to connect network in 3 different floors on same building

By roa_sh3n ·
What devices required and how to connect network in 3 different floors on a same building??

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need more info

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Need to connect network i ...

Come on.... you know that we can't see what you have. You have to provide the details before we can begin to help.

For example, what devices do you already have in place? What kind of wiring has been laid or are you going wireless? What operating systems are in use throughout the building? Do you have servers already running on each floor?

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More Info Needed

by The Scummy One In reply to Need to connect network i ...

Are you looking at wired or wi-fi?
How big is the area for each floor?
Are the floor spaces directly above and below each other, or are the spaces staggered or seperated?
Is it for many people, or a few?
Are there existing cables that are needed?

T-Up is right, we need much more info to give any kind of accuracy to your question.

It may be best to hire a consultant to set up the network, or help to determine the best setup of it. But without a good survey of the site/layout we cannot do it all for you.

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by roa_sh3n In reply to More Info Needed

Sorry guys, actually it is a homework for my studies. It does not specify the details, the question is asking, how to connect network in 3 different floors on a same building?? What devices required and how does it work??

I assume, this is a wired ethernet network, the floor are directly above and below each other, and around 10 users each floor.

Is this enough??

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Sorry, but no help here

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Additional Info

We won't do your homework for you. You'll have to do the research yourself. Perhaps cracking open the class textbook would be advisable?

Remember, don't assume anything.

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If you are studying for IT

by The Scummy One In reply to Additional Info

then dont cheat yourself and/or your employer (future or current).
If you think that this will be hard, wait till TCP/IP comes up!

Study and research and LEARN, dont be a 'paper' tech, be a real tech, else you are cheating yourself and everyone else.

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Oh Yeah, I forgot to mention

by The Scummy One In reply to If you are studying for I ...

I will give 1 hint. From the sound of your assignment, it is very open question. I would shoot for extra credit and go with multiple solutions and base on cost.

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