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Designing Departmental Network Based Topology among different Villages (HealthLabs) created based on IP Addressing
There are certain villages exist at remote locations near border, so in order to provide security and connectivity to those villages. We need to have network designed, so that to deal with health and security issues of peoples of those regions without any hassle of reach over there. There are 4 villages taken for having a compact scenario in which each village belongs to certain IP address class and its subnet contains 10 computers, which will be considered as a control system unit for each village and it (subnet) must of same class.
Scope of the System:
Tools and Technology: Packet Tracer, GNS 2 (Optional)
D1 Deriving Functional Requirements of the System (Document Submission Containing
Network Devices, Clients Interaction and Protocols)
D2 Designing the Topology and submit in the form of Microsoft Visio File or GNS file (Optional).
D3 Implementation of the given problem in the form of topology / Algorithm Flow and submit same in .doc file format along with Topology for Village Labs implemented in any tool.
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application/project/configuration complete and PPT slides of same project in running state to avoid any inconvenience.
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