Contents I. Springfield Site Challenge and Implementation 3 Site Details and Challenges 3 Site Solutions and Technologies 4 Hostnames 5 Banners 5 Secure Passwords 6 Spanning Tree Protocol (stp) 7 Conclusion 8 Bibliography 10 I



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Cisco Network Proposal Part 1

Cisco Network Proposal Part 1

November 10, 2018

University of Maryland University College

CMIT 350

Student Name


Contents





I. Springfield Site Challenge and Implementation 3

Site Details and Challenges 3

Site Solutions and Technologies 4

1. Hostnames 5

2. Banners 5

3. Secure Passwords 6

4. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) 7

Conclusion 8

Bibliography 10




I. Springfield Site Challenge and Implementation

Site Details and Challenges

The network at the xACME Technology Trade School has been setup organically and does not have a cohesive design. There are 5 main network sites in the school that need to be analyzed – Springfield site, Worchester site, Boston site, Sacramento site, and Los Angeles site. I will first begin with the configuration for the Springfield site. According to the available information, the network devices have not been set up right and the network is also missing the spanning tree protocol (STP).


Further, using the sh command reveals that all switches are set at the same priority of 16385, SpringfieldSw2 switch is the root, the network lacks protection from the BPDU guard, and all network switches are in pvst mode. The setting for the individual switches is as follows – SpringfieldSw1 at learn, SpringfieldSw2 at forward, and SpringfieldSw4 at forward and block.
Also, the Springfield site consists of the following network devices and VLAN setup. One Cisco 2800 Series router, four Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series switches with 96 Gigabit ports, and 4 VLANs – Faculty (20 devices), Administrative (56 devices), Instructional (211 devices), and Server (38 devices). The Instructional VLAN does most of the heavy lifting for the load and is used in classrooms by both students and faculty.



Figure 1 – Springfield Site Topology


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