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    network design

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    by fomoco.dakid ·

    I am a student and have a group project to design a network for a charitable hospital. All of my group has bailed out. I need help !
    the project is for 62 employees 7 depts network design hardware software and needs for the end user server network devices cabling and also a boardroom. If anyone can help give me suggestions that would be great. thanks

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      Clarifications

      by fomoco.dakid ·

      In reply to network design

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      Network Design

      by gmcgeehan ·

      In reply to network design

      Get a site survey
      – Find out where the data lines enter the building
      – Find out the locations of your boardroom, offices, stations, etc
      – Find out where you?re going to store your firewall, router, switches, servers, etc. securely

      Domain Controller 1
      IBM eserver xSeries 346
      Intel Xeon Dual Core Processor
      4Gb RAM
      Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Ed., SP2
      Microsoft Exchange 2003, Enterprise Ed. SP2
      Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange
      Symantec Backup Exec 11d
      Active Directory Group Policies
      User Folders
      Group Folders
      DHCP
      DNS
      WINS
      SSL for OWA

      Domain Controller 2
      IBM eserver xSeries 346 (8840D1U)
      Intel Xeon Dual Core (x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 8) ~ 2800Mhz
      4Gb RAM
      Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Ed., 5.2.3790 SP1 Build 3790
      Symantec System Center Anti-Virus for Clients
      Terminal Services Licensing
      DNS
      WINS
      Lexmark T640 network printers

      Desktops
      Dell OptiPlex 745
      x86 Family 15 Model 6 Stepping 4 GenuineIntel ~2791 Mhz
      1 Gb RAM
      Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600 SP2 Build 2600
      Microsoft Office 2003
      Symantec Anti-virus Enterprise Edition 10.1.4.4000

      Networking
      Firewall, router, switches
      UPS for servers

      This is a rough outline. Now it’s up to you to build on it.

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