Network Question

By sidredvan1 ·
Wwe have three buildings within two city blocks and the warehouse will be the fourth bldg. They run on separate networks, company wants to exchange data among them. Bldg 1 wants to access servers in research department in bldg 2. In addition, sales department in bldg 3 wants video conferincing training sessions, next door the warehouse 50 packing personnel in fullfillment department will be riding up and down the aisles on forklifts pulling inventory what kind of transmission media would you recommend for each different bldg and dept of the company? why type of media should the company request ffrom its internet service supplier for connecting the corporate WAN to the internet

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Soooo busted

by robo_dev In reply to How subtle.

I know that homework is not fun.

I did homework in high school, I did homework in college, I did homework in graduate school.

With the amount of time it takes to post a question here, then do a less than clever job of re-posting a disguised version of the same question, you could do the research online, lookup some sites to learn about WLAN design, and ACTUALLY LEARN SOMETHING.

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by NexS In reply to How subtle.

Good catch, Sean!

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Already Friday

by TobiF In reply to Network Question

Now and then, especially on Thursdays, I like doing some verbal bullying here on TR when people ask questions not because they want to learn something, but because they don't want to.

But yoy're lucky. I'll refrain from bullying right now; it's already Friday here. :)

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Strikes me as a...

by PESK, mbcs, mcse, mcitp, sts In reply to Network Question

...two cans and string network.

I do believe that the speeds capable with this kind of network (hereinafter refered to as the S2C protocol) are in the region of 768mph, give or take. See the following articles:

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good call

by BusinessNewsie In reply to Network Question

good call on <a href="">choosing lift truck options</a>. that's exactly what businesses nowadays use them for. The forklift is one of the workhorses of modern industry. Warehouses, distribution centers, manufacturing plants, and lumber yards depend on forklifts of many types and sizes to keep their operations running smoothly. Other businesses only need a forklift to unload deliveries for an hour or two a day. Either way, having a forklift that can perform well for your specific needs is important.

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I recommend CAT6 for the forklift trucks

by robo_dev In reply to Network Question

You can use one of those retractable cable reels and bolt it to the end of a ten foot mast going straight up. The only issues are that the driver has to remember to go back exactly the same way he came, and that the overall cable length must be sufficient so that the forklift driver does not accidentally yank the ethernet jack from the wall by going to the far end of the warehouse.

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