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    I've had a huge project for 2 months due next week, and teacher is checking how far i got tommarow and i havent started yet so i am getting a 0 unless someone can help me!




    CCNA Discovery
    Networking for Home and Small Businesses: Course Summary
    Capstone Project – Putting It All Together
    Objectives
    • Understand the steps involved in planning and implementing a technical solution for a small business.
    • Gather relevant information to help devise a technical solution to a problem.
    • Devise a technical solution for a small office environment.
    • Prototype a proposed technical solution using Packet Tracer 4.1.
    • Plan the installation of a technical solution for a small business environment.
    • Prepare and present a technical report to a diverse group.
    • Configure a wireless router to support the requirements of a small business environment.
    Background / Preparation
    You have just successfully completed the first course in the CCNA-Discovery series and have obtained a contract
    position at a small advertising company called AnyCompany Corporation to help them update their IT resources.
    The company originally started with two partners who produced print flyers for local businesses. Their list of
    customers has greatly expanded, and their customers are demanding more interactive advertising media,
    including video presentations. The partners recognize the business potential in this new market and have hired
    you to review their existing IT resources and produce a proposal that allows the company to take advantage of
    this new market. The partners have stated that if the proposal meets their requirements, they may hire you fulltime to implement and manage these new resources.
    Step 1: Gather information and determine customer requirements
    You now have an idea of the scope of the project that you have undertaken, but do not have all of the information
    required to proceed. The first step in any IT project is to gather information. What is really required? What are the
    budget and the time frame to complete this project? What restrictions, if any, are there in equipment and resource
    selection? What resources are currently in place? The more information that you gather at the beginning of any
    project, the better.
    A good way to start the information gathering process is to conduct interviews with the key individuals within the
    company, who are usually divided into three main groups: managers, end users, and IT support. Each group can
    provide valuable information.
    Managers – Managers can answer questions regarding budget, expectations, and future plans. Any IT solution
    must take into account the plans that the company may have for growth, either in the number of employees or the
    technology being deployed. Managers can also provide you with information regarding company policies that may
    affect the proposed solution. Policies could include such things as access, security, and privacy requirements.
    The following information is normally gathered from managers:
    • Budget
    • Requirements and expectations
    • Restrictions
    • Staffing
    • Future growth
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    End users – End users are the people directly impacted by the solution you design. While managers are also end
    users, their requirements may differ drastically from the majority of the employees. It is important to talk to as
    many employees from as many departments or work areas as possible to determine their requirements. It is also
    important to determine the actual, rather than perceived, requirements. From a customer service perspective,
    including employees in the initial discussions improves their buy-in and acceptance of the final solution.
    The following information is normally gathered from end users:
    • Requirements and expectations
    • Current perceived performance of the equipment
    • Applications used
    • Work patterns
    IT department – Most small businesses do not have an IT department and responsibilities may fall on one or
    more individuals, depending on their job role and expertise. Larger businesses may have a separate IT
    department. Those individuals who handle the IT can provide you with more technical information. For example,
    an end user may complain that an existing network has become slow, but an IT person can provide the technical
    information to determine if performance has been degraded.
    The following information is normally gathered from IT:
    • Applications used
    • Work patterns
    • Hardware resources
    • Network infrastructure (physical and logical topology)
    • Network performance and issues
    Activity 1
    AnyCompany Corporation has provided a written summary containing a floor plan, and a verbal interview with a
    company manager. Gather as much information as possible from these two sources to help you plan a technical
    solution for AnyCompany Corporation.
    AnyCompany Corporation Information
    Because AnyCompany Corporation is a very small business, it has no IT department. Everyone has taken
    care of their own resources. If they could not fix the problem, they would call in an outside service
    technician. The machines are connected together through a 10 Mbps hub using Category 3 cable. The
    two partners and the secretary all have P2-300 MHz machines with 256 MB of RAM and 13 GB hard disk
    drives. The systems are all running Windows 98SE, and each a low-capacity, monochrome laser printer is
    attached to each machine. These machines are not capable of running the software required for video
    development.
    The office will be reorganized, and additional employees will be hired to handle the new video production
    work. The company will have the following employees:
    Administrative Manager (currently the secretary) – Duties include scheduling work, hiring and
    managing part-time workers, weekly payroll, and project tracking. The administrative manager uses
    spreadsheet and database software and must be able to use e-mail provided by the ISP.
    Film and Graphics Production Editor (one of the partners) – Requires special editing software that
    uses very high-resolution graphics and requires at least 2 GB of memory to run effectively. The software
    also interfaces with a video capture interface board that uses a PCI slot in the computer. This specialized
    software only works in a Windows XP environment. It is important that the computer purchased for this
    position support high-resolution video and have enough memory to enable the editor to work quickly. The
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    production editor produces the final copies of the films and works within very tight deadlines. The editor
    must also be able to use e-mail provided by the ISP.
    Film Crew – The other six employees are mobile workers, consisting of two production assistants, two
    camera people, a production manager (one of the partners), and a film director. They are in the office an
    average of two days per week. The rest of the time is spent either at customer sites or on film locations.
    Because all of the mobile workers are required to have access to e-mail and production schedules, both
    at the office and while on location, it is important for them to be able to connect to the main office from
    anywhere. They have no special software requirements, but they do need a large hard drive to store the
    film files while they are working on them. The mobile workers must work at various locations and may not
    always be able to plug into a data port. It is important that they are able to connect to the internal network
    wirelessly.
    Because of the sensitive nature of some of the documents and records required by the administrative
    manager, a private color laser printer must be installed in the manager’s office. A combination
    copier/printer and high-resolution scanner must also be purchased and shared among all employees.
    For the purposes of training and compatibility, all of the computers should use the same operating system
    and applications, if possible.
    No budget has yet been established for the completion of this project. The company is moving into this
    area to prevent bankruptcy, so it is important that the project be completed with the lowest possible
    expenditures.
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    Office Floor Plan
    Interview with the Administrative Manager
    Susan Roberts: I am the new administrative manager for AnyCompany Corporation. I am very glad that
    we have hired you to help us plan our IT requirements and would like to discuss these with you. I
    understand that you have already been supplied with a list of our planned staff and some information
    about how they use their computers. I have some details that might be important as you select equipment
    and media for our new facilities.
    You: It is nice to meet you, Susan. Yes, I received a letter that listed the numbers and types of
    employees working at the redesigned office. It is my understanding that there will be eight employees:
    two office employees and six mobile workers. Any information you can provide about how these workers
    will use the network can help me prepare the proposal for your local network.
    Roberts: Both Fred Michaels, the film and graphics production editor, and I are in our offices during
    regular business hours. We need access to e-mail, which we currently get from our ISP. The e-mail
    system that they provide uses a web client that we can access over the Internet. We are also able to
    access this e-mail from our home computers
    It is necessary for both of us to share files between ourselves and also with the mobile workers. These
    files are usually spreadsheets and documents, but sometimes, when we are close to deadlines, we have
    to send large film files back and forth between the mobile workers and the office. Files must be available
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    for download during the day, and also at night, when we are away from the office. These film files are
    usually between 512 MB and 2 GB in size.
    You: The information I received also indicated that you require a shared printer. How do you plan on
    using this printer?
    Roberts: We want to have a color printer that is also capable of making copies. Since we expect this
    printer to be expensive, it is necessary for everyone to be able to print to it when they are in the office.
    Some of our storyboard documents are over 100 pages, with lots of graphics.
    You: How often are the mobile workers in the office? What do they need access to when they are in the
    office?
    Roberts: Our mobile workers can be in the office anytime, day or night. They usually work out of their
    homes or on location, but when we are near a deadline, they can be in the office for 24 hours at a time.
    When they are in the office, they need to be able to use the printer and scanner. I do not want to keep
    files that the mobile workers need to use on my computer, because they might need them at times when I
    am not in the office, and the computer is not turned on. I also need to share files with Fred while we are
    working in the office. These files can be kept on my computer or his.
    You: I understand that your e-mail accounts are provided over the web by your ISP. Do you see a need
    for locally hosted web or e-mail accounts?
    Roberts: We also employ temporary, part-time employees when we need them. We want to be able to
    set up e-mail accounts for them to use while they are working with us. We usually don’t have more than
    five or six temporary employees at any one time. All of them work from their homes and use their own
    computers.
    You: Thank you for your time. I think I have enough information to get started. Are you the contact person
    if I have any further questions?
    Roberts: Yes, please call me if you need more information. Thank you.
    At this point, it is a good idea to review the notes and information that you have gathered and clearly summarize
    the requirements. If something is not clear, go back to the information-gathering step. Do not guess or assume
    anything, because mistakes can be very costly.
    Step 2: Select the appropriate services and equipment
    Once you have gathered all the appropriate information, it is time to do some research. You must now use your
    knowledge and research skills to propose an appropriate technical solution for their limited budget and time
    requirements. Proposing a solution that is beyond the financial capabilities is of no benefit. However, it can be
    helpful to propose a solution within the current budget, and offer suggestions that would improve network
    performance or productivity if additional funding becomes available. If you can justify these extra expenditures,
    the company may consider them for later implementation or may even find the extra funding needed.
    When developing a plan, it is often easier to start at the end user and then work back toward the network and any
    shared resources, and then finally, any external connections to the Internet or other networks. Many different
    forms have been developed to help with planning and equipment selection. It is a good idea to use one of these
    forms or to design your own to keep everything organized.
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    Activity 2
    Use the following form to develop a proposed computer system for each of the employees at AnyCompany
    Corporation. Search the Internet or local sources for availability and pricing information. Use the same form to
    propose a server that can support their e-mail and FTP requirements.
    Computer System Planning Form
    Job Role:
    Location:
    Component Recommendation
    Processor:
    (manufacturer/model/speed)
    Memory:
    (type, amount)
    Hard Drive:
    (type, capacity)
    CD-ROM/DVD:
    (R, R/W, speed)
    USB Ports:
    (number, location)
    Video Card:
    (manufacturer, model, video RAM)
    Sound Card:
    (manufacture, model)
    Modem
    (internal/external, speed, standard)
    Network Card(s):
    (Ethernet: speed, wireless, standard)
    Operating System:
    (manufacturer, version, compatibility)
    Monitor:
    (size, resolution, refresh)
    Printer:
    (manufacturer, model, type, speed)
    Speakers:
    (manufacturer, model, type)
    Internet connection:
    (USB/Ethernet/wireless)
    After the end-user systems have been selected, it is time to look at the workflow and decide on any shared
    components and network technology to support this workflow. This can include such things as shared printers,
    scanners, and storage as well as any routers, switches, access points and ISRs. When planning a network
    infrastructure, always plan into the future. For larger companies, because it is usually a substantial investment,
    the infrastructure should have a lifetime of about 10 years. For smaller companies and home users, the
    investment is significantly less and change occurs more frequently.
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    Activity 3
    Using the Internet and locally available resources, select a high-speed, color copier/printer for the AnyCompany
    Corporation office.
    Activity 4
    Propose a network layout for AnyCompany Corporation. Because the company has limited funds available for this
    project, it is important that only equipment designed for the small business and home markets be used.
    It is important to plan the Internet connectivity, and which services are provided by the ISP and which services
    must be provided in-house. Larger companies usually provide services in-house while small businesses and
    individuals normally rely on an ISP to provide these services. Most ISPs offer a variety of services and service
    levels. Selecting an ISP is complicated, and not all technologies and services are available in all regions of the
    world. There are a number of excellent online resources to assist in the selection process. One such resource has
    been produced by the Australian government and is available at
    ACMA - Choosing an internet service provider fact sheet.
    Activity 5
    Using the curriculum and other available resources, select a local ISP to provide connectivity for AnyCompany
    Corporation. It will rely upon this ISP for DNS and web mail, and also needs the ISP to provide 99.999% uptime
    for access to the internal FTP/e-mail server. Because you are the only IT person at AnyCompany Corporation, it
    is also important that the ISP provides a high-level of technical support. Create a comparison worksheet for
    several local ISPs, including costing.
    Activity 6
    Which internal services must be offered by AnyCompany Corporation, and which devices provide these services?
    Activity 7
    Complete the following network planning form as it relates to the proposed AnyCompany Corporation network.
    Are wired connections required? Number:
    Are wireless connections required? Number:
    Wireless standard Choice of a/b/g/n
    Firewall required? Yes/No
    ISP connectivity required? Yes/No
    Type of ISP connectivity Choice of DSL, cable, serial, dialup
    Internal or external modem required? Yes/No (if Yes, then type of modem)
    Cables required? Yes/No (if Yes, then type of cable)
    Battery backup required? Yes/No
    Step 3: Plan the installation
    After the equipment has been selected and the required services planned, the physical and logical installation is
    planned out. Physical installation includes the location of equipment and devices, along with how and when these
    devices are to be installed. In the business environment, it is important to minimize disruption of the normal work
    processes. Therefore, most installations, changes, and upgrades are done during hours when there is minimal
    business activity. For the home, this is less important but should still be considered. Physical installation should
    also consider such things as adequate power outlets and ventilation, as well as the location of any necessary data
    drops.
    Activity 8
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    Using the provided floor plan and other appropriate information, plan the physical layout of all equipment data
    drops and power outlets. In addition, devise an implementation schedule that takes into account the work
    practices within AnyCompany Corporation.
    Equally as important as planning the physical layout of the network and equipment is planning the logical layout.
    This includes such things as addressing, naming, data flow, and security measures. Servers and network devices
    are assigned static IP addresses to allow them to be easily identified on the network and to also provide a
    mechanism for controlling access to these devices. Most other devices can be assigned addresses using DHCP.
    Activity 9
    Devise an addressing scheme for AnyCompany Corporation. The scheme must provide all network devices and
    servers with a static address and allow all other hosts to be configured via DHCP. Assign all devices an
    appropriate name.
    Activity 10
    AnyCompany Corporation is concerned that their files and resources may be vulnerable through the wireless
    network. Provide a security plan that allows only AnyCompany Corporation employees to connect to the wireless
    network and gain access to company information and resources.
    After the network is planned, it is important to verify that it works as expected. This is the prototyping stage and is
    not normally done for home or small business installations. Many different prototyping tools exist in the enterprise
    world.
    Activity 11
    Use Packet Tracer to prototype the planned network. Test various scenarios such as traffic coming from the
    Internet to the internal servers and host traffic moving to the Internet. Also confirm that the wireless network
    behaves as expected. Not all features of the designed network will be able to be tested using Packet Tracer.
    Step 4: Prepare and present the proposal
    All of the gathered information and the proposed technical solution must be assembled into a format that makes
    sense to the company or individual who has asked you to provide a solution. In the small business and home
    markets, this may be simply a summary report that lists the key points in a manner that is easily understood. In
    the enterprise market, this process becomes much more structured and formal. The formal report usually contains
    many different sections, including:
    • Cover letter
    • Title page and table of contents
    • Executive summary
    • Project proposal, comprising needs statement; goals and objectives; methodology and timetable;
    evaluation; budget summary; detailed budget; future funding plans
    • Appended information
    The report is often presented to various groups for approval. When presenting the report, present it in a confident,
    professional, and enthusiastic manner. This includes dressing appropriate to the target audience. The report and
    presentation must be technically accurate and free from spelling and grammatical errors. Always proof read your
    report and presentation before delivery. Have it reviewed by peers as well. A good technical solution does not
    overcome a bad proposal or presentation.
    Activity 12
    Prepare a proposal for AnyCompany Corporation that includes all the components listed above. Be sure to
    include all cost information and network diagrams. After the report is prepared, have it reviewed by a peer. When
    you are confident in the proposal, present it to the class for consideration.
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    Step 5: Install and configure the network
    After the proposal has been accepted by the individual or company, it is time to do the installation. This is another
    stage where planning is important. If devices can be preconfigured and tested before installation, it saves a great
    deal of time and frustration.
    Activity 13
    AnyCompany Corporation has decided to accept your proposal for the installation of their new network. All of the
    recommended equipment is on order and scheduled for delivery within a month.
    1) Create a checklist for the installation of the PCs at the customer site.
    2) Create a checklist for the configuration and installation of the network equipment at the customer site.
    3) Create a checklist for the implementation of the standard security necessary at a small business.
    Activity 14
    Configure the ISR as per the proposed plan.
    Step 6: Test and troubleshoot
    During the installation, it is important to test the network under as many diverse situations as possible. Use the
    various troubleshooting tools available in most operating systems and network devices to ensure that the network
    behaves as expected under the normal workflow that it will be exposed to. Document all tests.
    Activity 15
    Test all aspects of the ISR configuration and document your results.
    Step 7: Document and sign-off
    Sign-off is when the customer indicates satisfaction that the solution performs as promised. This is usually the
    point that payment is made. Many internal IT departments also request sign-off when a job is completed to the
    end user satisfaction.
    When sign-off occurs, printed copies of the performance and testing reports are delivered, along with the
    configuration information. For larger networks, much more information is required at sign-off, including physical
    and logical topology maps.
    Activity 16
    Prepare documentation for sign-off from the manager at AnyCompany Corporation. This includes the testing and
    performance documentation generated, along with any other prepared documentation. Have this information
    reviewed by a peer and then submit it to your instructor for final sign-off.
    Step 8: Support
    The last step in any solution is the provision of ongoing technical support. This requires a thorough understanding
    of the solution, technology, and customer requirements. The more thorough the documentation, the easier this
    stage is. Equally as important at this stage is an excellent grasp of customer service skills.
    Activity 17
    Take turns playing the technical support and customer roles. The customer contacts the technical support person
    and reports a problem with the newly implemented AnyCompany Corporation network. The problem should be
    realistic. The support person tries to determine the problem by interacting with the customer

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVIVE View Post
    This is actually very similar to an assignment I recently did! Finished my first year in networking
    It's simple yes but very time consuming, and i hate reading. Can you create a pdf and let me copy you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mshine67 View Post
    It's simple yes but very time consuming, and i hate reading. Can you create a pdf and let me copy you!
    Different scenario's and the assignments were done on Hot Swap drives which the teacher has so I can't supply you a copy

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