Deliverable Length: 3–4-page Word document with Visio-type drawing
or this assignment take a look at this old IP addressing scheme used in a network and develop a plan for IP addressing that will make more sense for a company’s growth.
XYZ Company has experienced solid growth over the last 4 years and currently has 14 employees. They expect to add an additional 25 employees and will need a different IP network to accommodate the expected growth. The expected growth total of IP devices is 62 that includes printers per department. It also includes IP addresses for wireless access points used by outside sales during in house meetings and also for vendors. Security is an issue so there should only be enough IP addresses to cover up to 62 devices but absolutely no more. For this assignment develop a plan with a new IP addressing scheme that makes more sense for the company’s growth.
- Design a new Class C non-routable network and subnet that will allow for future expansion dynamically while addressing security without manual intervention.
- Specify the strengths and weaknesses of the current IP subnet.
- Specify the strengths and weaknesses of the replacement IP subnet.
- Use any IPv4 subnet calculator found on the Internet to calculate the IP addresses for the new devices.
See enclosed diagram:
The company’s current addressing scheme is not hierarchical and does not allow for future expansion.
For this project, you will prepare a network IP-addressing Word document and a Visio drawing, which includes the following:
Click here to download RFC1918.
Review the Request For Comment 1918 concerning private Class A, B & C networks
- A title page
- An introduction to the contents of the report
- A discussion of the current IP addressing scheme and its weaknesses
- Considerations involved when designing an IP addressing scheme for a subnetted network
- Documentation of your proposed addressing scheme and how it relates to the overall infrastructure of the network
- A References page
Adhere to APA reference guidelines when writing your response. Additionally, your response should be free of grammatical errors, use complete sentences, and give specific details to support statements.
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