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shah rukh khan
04-29-2001, 11:01 PM
Can anyone help me to solve this problem please!!!
My problem .....

You are going to install a network for a company that is growing rapidly. The current design requires 40 computers, with expansion to 100 in the next one year. Several departments located at different floors need to inter connected. Explain what type of network you suggest. What type of cabling and netwrok technology you would like to use. How will you link up these computers. What type software and hardware you would like to use. How will you connect them to Internet. DRAW a rough network DIAGRAM if required.

Please help me solve this problem. You can either mail me through my email address at: khan8686@yahoo.com
or just reply from here.

Thank You.

mjc
04-29-2001, 11:27 PM
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Paleo Pete
04-29-2001, 11:28 PM
Sorry, we can't do your homework for you. We're not helping you by handing it to you on a platter.

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skhips
06-08-2001, 04:35 PM
Few pointers to look up.
Flood Wiring.
Star Network.
Copper (CAT5 = 100mbp but only 100m lays)
Fibre (100mbp+ 2000m lays)
Cabinet on each floor with Star Topology using fibre as backbone to link cabinets.

Just trying to point in right direction, just ask if you want any more help.
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Paleo Pete
06-09-2001, 12:24 AM
skhips READ!

This is a homework question and we do not do people's homework for them. The whole point in saying so was to get the person to do their own studying and to make sure the other participants on the forums were aware of what type question it is.

It's also a topic that was abandoned a long time ago. The other topic you replied to was also very old. There is really no point in answering those, if the last post is dated 2 months ago it's safe to assume the topic is dead or the person who originally asked the question has either gotten the information requested or wandered off into cyberspace somewhere. Usually 2 weeks or so and you can figure it's a dead topic.

Please do not answer any more homework questions, we always leave those alone and have the person look it up him/herself. That's the idea behind homework.

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skhips
06-09-2001, 03:22 PM
Sorry, bit of newbie, looking to find anywhere I can help.