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CS610 Computer Network GDB Fall 2019 Solution & Discussion

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GDB Scenario: 

A company ABC wants a medium-sized network spread within the city consisting of around 100 LANs in different buildings across the city.

Every building is also divided into several different departments (segments) and all the departments should be connected to ensure real-time communication and data sharing.

 

The key requirements of the company are:

  1. Fast convergence of the network upon adding/removing a new network.
  2. Fastest possible delivery of data from source to destination.

 

As a network administrator, you are required to select the pair of required devices for the network and routing algorithm to fulfill the requirements of the company.

 

Devices:

Router and Bridge

Repeater and Router

Bridge and Repeater

 

 

Algorithms:

Distance Vector Routing Algorithm

Link State Routing

 

Justify your selection of Devices and Algorithm with solid reasons

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Device:

Router and Bridge

Repeater and Bridge

Bridge and Repeater

Reasons:

                    As 100 different LANs are available in different buildings to connect the whole network. So we should use Router that will provide connections by filtering their IPs. On the other hand repeaters will use to increase the signal range.

Repeater in one building will increase and provide the signals to the different departments of that building. So we will use Repeater and Router in the section of Device.

Algorithms:

Distance Vector Routing Algorithm

  • Link State Routing

Reasons:

              We will use Link State Routing Algorithms for the above given scenario. As fast convergence of the network upon adding/removing a new network is required so we will use Link State Routing. Because Link State Provide Fast convergence in Network.

Required Devices:

Router and Repeater: These devices will be used for the network because the repeater is used to regenerate a signal. It transmits the signal given by the router to the destination. They are used to extend transmissions to make the signals cover long distances. Router is connected from two or more data lines from different IPs. It reduces the network traffic by creating domains. Therefore it will be possible for the fast convergence as well as fast delivery from source to data.

Routing Algorithm:

Link State Routing: This routing algorithm will be used because convergence time is fast in it. It is more reliable. 

CS610-Computer Networks GDB Solution 2020

Cs610 gdb
Devices:
Router and Bridge
Repeater and Router
Bridge and Repeater
Devices: Router and Bridge Repeater and Router Bridge and Repeater
Reasons:
As 100 different LANs are available in different buildings to connect the whole network. So we should use Router that will provide connections by filtering their IPs. On the other hand repeaters will use to increase the signal range. Repeater in one building will increase and provide the signals to the different departments of that building. So we will use Repeater and Router in the section of Devices.
Algorithms:
Distance Vector Routing Algorithm
Link State Routing

Reason :

We will use Link State Routing Algorithms for the above given scenario. As fast convergence of the network upon adding/removing a new network is required so we will use Link State Routing. Because Link State Provide Fast convergence in Network

CS610 GDB Solution Fall 2019

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