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Cisco Networking—WAN Implementation with SOHO Configuration(Parts 1-3) ________________________________________ Overview – Along with the challenges presented in this document, you will be provided an overall site topology to work from, as well as specific device configurations (where applicable) to make your recommendations. Suggested solutions should be comprehensive and justified in approach. Configurations of technologies should be written out to help guide the systems administrators with implementation. In some cases, you may find it necessary to implement additional cabling, which can be done by adding to the supplied topology. Any adjustments to the sites’ topology that you find necessary should be documented and supplied with your submission. Your document will be divided up by site and solutions per site. Each area is unique in requirements but collectively will demonstrate your understanding of network routing and switching technologies. Each scenario will provide you with suggested sections within TestOut (LabSim) to use as a guide in your analysis and recommendations. You can use this template as a guide on how to format your project. Be sure to cite your external sources using theIEEE citation style. To learn how you will be assessed on this assignment, please take a moment to review therubric. ________________________________________ Existing VLANs – Remote locations vary in terms of size and requirements. Some implementations will require current site router/switch-running configurations, which will be provided. All sites will use the following four VLANs, but you will need to configure only what is asked per site (some assumptions will be made). • Existing VLANs, per xACME: o Faculty VLAN  used by faculty on-site for all office locations (non-instructional communications)  total devices per site will vary o Administrative VLAN  used by staff on-site for business administrative communications  total devices per site will vary o Academic VLAN  used by faculty and students for classroom labs and instructional communications  total devices per site will vary o Server VLAN  used by IT staff for all technology/management communications  total devices per site will vary The types of devices per site will be the same; however, the number of deployed devices may vary (all documented in the xAcme educational topology). Routers Per Site: Cisco 2800 Series Integrated Services Interfaces Ports Available 4 Fast Ethernet Interfaces (Per Router) 2 Serial Interfaces (Per Router) fa0/0 s0/0/0 fa0/1 s0/0/1 fa1/0 fa1/1 Switches Per Site: Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Ports Available 96 Total Gigabit Ethernet Ports Per Switch Module 1 = gi0/1 – gi0/24 Module 2 = gi1/1 – gi1/24 Module 3 = gi2/1 – gi2/24 Module 4 = gi3/1 – gi3/24 Note: Device type will not impact your configuration commands and implementation of ALL required technologies will use Cisco IOS commands/concepts learned in our TestOut lecture(s). Standard switchports will be configured and used as trunk OR access ports and DCE ends should be noted when configuring serial ports per router. ________________________________________ Springfield Site Device and STP Configurations (Focus on the Springfield Site Only) – Required Implementation: Device hostnames, banners, secured passwords and spanning tree protocol. • Device Configurations: Implement device hostnames to match the xACME educational topology labels. Provide a template and sample configuration for the MOTD banner and login banner (wording and implementation) for one of the switches. Keep this generic, as it will be implemented on all switches in the xACME educational topology. Lastly, include the configuration steps for implementing device passwords on both console port (out-of-band communications) and VTY (Telnet/in-band communications). All passwords should be encrypted.


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