You Are a Network Consultant Who Has Been Asked to Attend an Initial Meeting with the Executive Management Team of Electromycycle, Llc. Electromycycle Manufactures Motorcycles. Its New Electric Motorcycle Was Just

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NETWORK ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
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INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT-1

NAME | YASIR ADOJI | NRIC | 151914240 | COURSE | NETWORK ANALYSIS AND DESIGN | LECTURER | NASARUDDEN | DATE | 26TH APRIL, 2016 |

1.0 INTRODUCTION

The Genome4U is a scientific research it will be used by the end user to study their specific genetic heritage with assistance of their doctor and genetic counselors. The topology of this network design will use the routing protocol of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). The data will be used by different personality they might be computers researchers’ mathematians physicists and researches and also different laboratories may use different routing protocols example like Enhance Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Routing Information Protocol (RIP) so as to connect the campus and provide full access to the entire network. In this network design I designed the network in hierarchical and redundant way which will allow users to access the network in a multiple way even if some interfaces are down or got problem.

User Communities User Community Name | Size of Community (Number of Users) | Location(s) of Community | Application(s) Used by Community | Doctors | 100 | Kajang | All | Researchers | 200 | Kuala lumpur | All | Volunteers | 5000 | Cybajaya | All | Mathematians | 1000 | Ayar Hitam | All | Physicist | 500 | Batu Phat | All | Engineers | 9000 | Selengo | All | End users | 7000 | Puchong | All | Scientists | 8000 | Jahor Baru | All |

Data Store and User Communities Data Store | Location | Application(s) | Used by User Community(or Communities) | Data Store | Data store server | | | | | Medical storage | | | | | DNA database | | | | | Email sever | | | | | DNS server | | | | | | | | | |

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