32524 LANs and Routing - Case Study

LANs and Routing case study is the most important one which will help you to develop the necessary skills to get good marks in Final skill exam (20%) and Written Final Exam (50%).
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CASE STUDY Autumn 2016 ( SOLUTION IS AVAILABLE )

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CASE STUDY Spring 2015 ( SOLUTION IS AVAILABLE )

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IPv4 - 10.0.80.0/20 and IPv6 - 2001:DB8:CA5E::/52 
ISP allocation 209.165.200.240/29 for the primary link and 209.165.200.248/29 for the secondary The IPv6 addressing for the links to the ISP is 2001:8000:ABCD::/60.

Broke Inlet -
  • 150 - R&D group
  • 120 - Project group
  • 55 -Admin group
  • 100 -Information kiosks
Clark Island Site-
·      40-anyFinance,
·      25 - anyTelecommunication,
·      10 - anyNet

What is Available : 
Solution of packet tracer file.
Fully functional code in text file.
All tables for this case study plus old report to help you to write the rest of the report. 

Cable the router and switch as per design , Copy paste the code in real router & switch for case study demonstration and BOOM. 100% mark :-)




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CASE STUDY AUTUMN 2015 ( SOLUTION IS AVAILABLE )


As part of the network redesign, anyIndustries ICT has allocated 192.168.64.0/20 and 2001:DB8:CA5E::/48 for the internal network addressing. The ISP provider has allocated 209.165.200.224/28 and 2001:8000:ABCD::/124 for the links to the ISPs.

The ISP provider has allocated 209.165.200.224/29 for the primary link and 209.165.200.232/29 for the secondary link. The IPv6 addressing for the links to the ISPs is 2001:8000:ABCD::/48.

main Router :
Broke Inlet
Clark Island
Camfield


For the demonstration purpose, the Internet is simulated as a loopback interface of 11.11.11.11/32 and 2000::11:11:11:11/128 on the ISP router.

What is Available : 
Solution of packet tracer file.
Fully functional code in text file.
IP table for this case study plus old report to help you to write the rest of the report. 

Cable the router and switch , Copy paste the code in real router & switch for case study demonstration and BOOM. 100% mark :-)




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CASE STUDY SPRING 2014 ( SOLUTION IS AVAILABLE )
A draft Solution Demo for Autumn 2014  :  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9hOqKP2GH6IeE5aWkdqYXF3Q2s/view

As part of the network redesign, anyIndustries ICT has allocated 10.0.48.0/20 and 2001:DB8:CA5E::/48 for the internal network addressing. The ISP provider has allocated 209.165.200.224/28 and 2001:8000:ABCD::/124 for the links to the ISPs. For the Broke Inlet switching network:
  • 200 hosts for the Project group
  • 25 hosts HR Group
  • 5 host in the Security Systems
  • All user groups will each have employees located in two adjoining buildings, i.e. South Western Highway and Fishman Road switches.
The Clark Island Site is used by anyIndustries as the main Backup Site (anyBackup) for all anyIndustries businesses and also for the company’s Intranet services, named anyNet. For the maximum life of the design, the Clark Island switching network has:
·      95 servers for anyFinance,
·      40 servers for anyTelecommunication,
5 servers in the anyNet


Solution of packet tracer file + fully Functional code to copy paste in real router & switch for case study demonstration+ 1 hour sitting ( I will explain everything how it is working ). 

Additional  explanation - Per hour $30


For the report, i will provide you a sample copy of my report, so that you can write; What to write and where to write !!! Packet Tracer contains every possible tagging , naming for ease of use.  You will be able to write everything from my packet tracer solution once I explained to you.Sample snapshot of solution is given below :

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CASE STUDY AUTUMN 2014


Task One: Addressing the Network
The anyISP has allocated public IPv4 addresses 209.165.200.0/28 to anyIndustries, including
addressing the link(s) to the ISP. The company’s internal network will use private IPv4 addresses
192.168.32.0/20. For IPv6 addressing, anyISP has allocated the global unicast addresses 2001:C5/48 to
anyIndustries.
The Lavender Bay site is mainly for the anyBank banking services and currently has around 350 devices
located on the switching network for divisions and services. The new requirements for anyBank services
stipulate that each division within the anyBank environment has its own subnet as follows:
• 200 hosts in the Online Services division,
• 100 hosts in the Lending division, and
• 50 host for Customer Kiosks services.
The Old Granite Building is mainly used by anyIndustries as a backup site for all anyIndustries servers.
For the maximum life of the design (i.e., no growth to be considered), the Old Granite Building site has:
• 80 servers for anyEngineering,
• 40 servers for anyBank, and
• 20 servers for anyTelecommunication.

anyIndustries ICT requires:
 The use of hierarchical VLSM design to maximise the use of IP addresses and CIDR.
 100% growth of the current IP requirements for all hosts unless otherwise stated, when sizing
the subnets. This means the network designed needs to accommodate doubled number of users.
 All networking devices must have IPv4 addresses and the PC hosts’ gateways will use the
first available usable address in each subnet. For the purpose of demonstration, the switches
do no need to have IPv6 addresses.
 The Management/Native VLANs for the switching networks at Lavender Bay and Old Granite
site will each have one extra host for potential administration usage. This is for the lifetime of
the network design regardless of any growth.
 The network administrator hosts will have the last usable addresses on each of the
Management/Native VLAN subnets at both Lavender Bay and Old Granite Building.
At this stage, anyIndustries ICT agrees that it is enough to assign all hosts with an IP address statically.
However, DHCP for IPv4 is expected in the later stage and the final network demonstration.
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Deliverables – 1:
1) Network subnetting tables, which show possible subnets that meet the design requirements; see
Tables A1 and A2. Subnets that are not used are to be clearly identified in each table.
2) Detailed IP addressing tables showing all networking devices’ names and interface details (see
Table B).
3) Switch and Router tables (see Tables C and D).
4) A device/host addressing table to tabulate hosts’ addresses and gateways; see Table E


Task Two: Routing the Network
Discussion about your implementation and verification of dynamic and static routing addressing above
requirements, including:
1) static routing over the primary and secondary ISP links,
2) route redistribution (if there is any), and
3) routing for inter-VLAN communication (see Task Three on next page).
with captured routing tables and/or other outputs demonstrating the functionality of routing.


Task Three: Switching Network
Discussion about your design and implementation of the
1) VLANs,
2) port security and
3) trunking.
This should be supported with data from Tables D and E.

Task Four: Network Security
Discussions are to be included to briefly summarise the ACls used that may address the above policies,
followed by
1) detailed ACL configuration scripts (including the justification of the placements),
2) verification strategies, and
3) captured sampling testing outputs
for each of the above three policies.


Task Five: IP Addressing Services for IPv4
Detailed discussions of design, implementation and verification of IPv4 NAT and DHCP for IPv4 and IPv6
that address all above requirements should be included as deliverables for this task, including:
1) statements explaining how your design meets all requirements,
2) details of your designed work, such as NAT pools (see below Table F), DHCP pools for IPv4 (see
Table G), and partial configuration scripts specific to this task that help to illustrate your
solution, and
3) strategies of verification showing how the functionality of your design meets all requirements.
This should include captured device outputs of testing results that demonstrate functionality.


Task Six: Verifying Network Functionality
anyIndustries now wants a demonstration of the completed Yellowwattle Point network (partial topology
diagram shown in the Appendix) using the equipment provided.
For the demonstration purpose, the Internet is simulated as a loopback interface of 22.22.22.22/32 and
2000::22:22:22:22/128 on the ISP router.

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anyIndusties requires the following network verification which will be assessed in lab demonstration:
1) Verification of static and dynamic routing for both IPv4 and IPv6.
2) Verification of DHCP and NAT.
3) Verification of network security and ACLs.
4) Verifying access of all hosts to each other and the ISP in accordance to the security ACL policy.
5) Demonstrate behaviour of the internetworks when the primary ISP link fails.
6) Other verification tests that illustrate the functionality of the network



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