Update the vendor and costs table from W4 Assignment 2 based on the updates you made to the proposed network design.

I will attach the previous project to assist you in work flow

I need 4 pages writing for this and a drawing, even vision is good or any other drawing software

Also, update the vendors/prices table

Due 12 noon 27/6/2016 PST

For this network design assignment, you are free to come up with a fictional midsize company engaged in a dot-com business for which you will select the business focus. The company can be a service-oriented or information-provider enterprise. You should note that the company is a start-up and sells no physical products but the company is positioned to manage any type of e-commerce operation online and through its office-based and mobile workforce.

Assume that you are a telecommunications professional hired by this company to design its telecommunications network, serving all management and operations activities. The company has its offices in five different cities across the United States, with its main office in a major city. The company has around 250 employees, which include executives, managers, support staff, salespeople, and technical staff. As the company is new, the size of the client base is small but the company is expected to grow steadily in the foreseeable future. All clients are corporate clients.

Each office has a general manager, office and department managers, and support staff. All executives as well as the technical staff are located in the main office and all the salespeople are mobile. The telecommunications system must support interoffice communications across all locations and with the mobile salespeople. The executives must be able to communicate securely with the general managers, and the general managers must be able to communicate with the office and department managers on a regular basis to get both voice and data information about clients.

In addition, the salespeople must be able to communicate with clients and the main office via voice, e-mail, and two-way videoconferencing. The clients must be able to communicate directly with the general managers and executives in the same way. All communications must be kept secure and then archived as part of the organizational knowledge base of the company that will be used to support decisions across the current enterprise and as the company grows and expands to more locations.

You need to prepare a comprehensive network design proposal for the company. The network design proposal should address all the perceived telecommunications requirements. In addition, the network design should also address any additional telecommunications requirements that you may identify in the process of describing your chosen company and explaining its business and operations. You are required to prepare a formal proposal and a customer-briefing presentation

In this part of W5 Assignment 2, you will complete the course project you started in Week 1. You will focus on network security based on your network topology and logical network design. You will also consider physical security, information security, and appropriate security technologies.

Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research network security tools and network security diagrams.

Continuing with the course project, on the basis of your research and reading, complete the following tasks this week:


  • Choose a network management tool and a security tool that can be used in your network design. There are many other tools that you can explore. Justify your selections. An example of a network monitoring tool is Paperless Router Traffic Graphed (PRIG). Click here to access the tool.
  • Update the vendor and costs table from W4 Assignment 2 based on the updates you made to the proposed network design.
  • Finally, add a network security diagram using any of the tools that you have downloaded so far. You may also look for examples of network security diagrams over the Interne



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