Old-Tech Corporation has 10 computers in its main office area, which is networked in a star topology using 10 Mbps Ethernet hubs, and wants to add five computers in the manufacturing area. One problem with the existing network is data throughput. Large files are transferred across the network regularly, and the transfers take quite a while. In addition, when two or more computers are transferring large files, the network becomes unbearably slow for users. Adding the manufacturing computers will only make this problem worse and result in another problem. Because the ceiling is more than 30 feet high, there’s no easy way to run cables to computers, and providing a secure pathway for cables is next to impossible. Devise a …show more content…
As many as needed in the network for employees but might need to be linked to another hub to support the next set of servers and PCs in addition to the set already made.
What kind of networking device is easiest to reconfigure? What kind offers the best access to the network medium’s bandwidth between pairs of devices? The kind of networking device that would be the easiest to reconfigure would be the bridges and or the hub. What mean by this is two things and one is that you can always add more PCs or even a server to the bridges and you can always add PCs or more servers to the hub. Secondly is that even if you remove a bridge to link another hub the network will not be faulted but might slightly give a delay within that range you’re linking to but not by much. The offers would be that you could add and also remove a network linked to this network without faulting the main branch of the network. You’ll also be able to have each of the files on each computer that is needed and be able to transfer them to each computer that don’t have it yet without dramatically halting the medium’s bandwidth.
Case Project 3-3
ENorm, Inc. has two sites in Pittsburgh that are four miles apart. Each site consists of a large factory with office space for 25 users at the front of the factory and up to 20 workstations in two work cells on each factory floor. All office users need access to an inventory database that runs