Final Project Details:
Description: Given a specific scenario, create an appropriate IP addressing scheme, document a given network by creating a logical network diagram and create the appropriate access lists for use on the routers. Deliverables:
- Demonstrate the theory and practice of Cisco networking, routing, and switching strategies as outlined in the Cisco CCENT Certification exam
Prior to implementing any design we need to first write-up our proposed network design on paper. With that in mind, we begin by performing a network discovery. Once we have identified all the network devices and the needs of the organization, we can document the TCP/IP information that is needed for our design. In this exercise you will determine the subnet information for each department and assign IP addresses for the network devices.
You have been assigned as a networking tech for a new client, AAA Fabricating. The network is configured with a Class C network and the current allocation of IP addresses has been depleted. You have been tasked to reconfigure the network with a Class B address and assign a subnet to each of the 10 departments and the three routers.
Your network audit consists of the following information:
AAA Fabrication consists of 10 departments spread across three buildings.
Each building is connected using three Cisco 2800 Series routers. The three routers are located in the MIS wiring closet in Building 2.
Each department has its own Cisco 2950 switch.
There are at least two workstations in each department.
The company plans to use a class B address range starting at 172.16.0.0.
Each department must be assigned a subnet. Subnets should be designed to allow for the maximum number of hosts on each department subnet using classful subnetting.
The company also wants the three routers to communicate on the minimum quantity of IP addresses using three subnets.