Advanced Networks Assignment

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Running head: ADVANCED NETWORKSAdvanced NetworksName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s Note
1ADVANCED NETWORKSTable of ContentsPART 1 – Design.................................................................................................................3Logical Design Diagram..................................................................................................3IP Decision.......................................................................................................................3IPv4 Subnetting...............................................................................................................5Transition mechanism from Ipv4 to Ipv6 Subnet Designs..............................................5Part 2 – Design Report.........................................................................................................71. Introduction..................................................................................................................72. Description of the model.............................................................................................73. Design..........................................................................................................................84. Business Requirement.................................................................................................95. Protocols....................................................................................................................105.1. Video compression Codecs.................................................................................105.2. Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ)..........................................................................................115.3. UDP/RTP............................................................................................................115.4. HSRP..................................................................................................................125.5. Gateway Load balancing....................................................................................125.6. Spanning Tree.....................................................................................................125.7. PortFast Bridge protocol data Unit.....................................................................136. Security......................................................................................................................13
2ADVANCED NETWORKSConclusion.....................................................................................................................14Bibliography......................................................................................................................15
3ADVANCED NETWORKSPART 1 – DesignLogical Design DiagramSwitchSwitchSwitchAggregation SwitchFirewallInternet SwitchVideo StorageServerVideo ForwardServerVideo managementServerVideo StorageEncoderEncoderEncoderEncoderCCCCCNetworkAmplifierHigh DefinitionSurveillanceIntersectionWestIntersectionSouthIntersectionEastIntersectionNorthFiber opticstransceiverFiber opticstransceiverComputerSwitchAmplifyAmplifyAmplifyAmplifyDigital VideoMatrix withDecoderDecoderDecoderLCDLCDLCDLCDLCDLCD123456789101112VLAN10Camera Network192.168.10.1-192.168.10.126VLAN20Storage Server Network192.168.10.129-192.168.10.190VLAN30Media Server VLAN192.168.10.193-192.168.10.206IP DecisionThe technology used for the development of the network solution is IP communicationand wireless. Cisco 2811 series router and 2950T switch is used for connecting the differentdevices in the network. For restriction of the unauthorized users to connect with theorganizational network Cisco ASA-5505 firewall is used.For the development of the networksolution a proper addressing scheme should be developed and Ipv4 addressing is used for thedevice connected in the network. Each of the department are allocated with IP address anddifferent subnets to reduce the wastage of the IP address and increasing the security of the
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