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Creating a new network


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#1 Zeb300

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Posted 31 March 2016 - 03:03 AM

Hello there, I was given this scenario and asked to create a network with a few specifications but I have some difficulties understanding networking and need some real help. So this company a dental service company wants to open a new office the building they have rented out has three ground floor and two first floor surgical consulting rooms a patients lounge on the first floor, a reception and a storage room the building is of brick construction externally with some brick and some stud partition internal walling the flooring is concrete. The company is high tech and all consulting rooms require networking to a low am server, the patient lounge provides open internet access through an open access of and also wifi for patients own devices, the reception has access to an appointment system which is windows based and standardized across the company,it takes electronic payments sends sms reminders and emails to patients. The clinic will also be networked to the head office enabling head office staff to access local server files........... A few requirements .... Provide a network solution ( hardware and software ) to meet the needs of the company which ensures timely and secure access to information, to provide Internet access for patients in the lounge , to provide network access to head office , to provide VOIP telephony,

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#2 Zeb300

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Posted 31 March 2016 - 03:27 AM

It has been suggested that there are three major options for providing the network 1 use the existing token ring infrastructure 2 replace it with Ethernet and structured cabling or 3 wifi, what are the differences in topology data rate and the type of cabling ?

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Posted 31 March 2016 - 08:50 AM

Clearly a homework or study question.  What do you think the answers are?






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