designing a LAN

  mute 23:14 03 Jun 2007
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There are many factors to take into account when designing a LAN. Ten such factors are

1. End (user) device
2.Protocols
3. Application
4. Bandwidth
5.Throughput
6. LAN topology
7.Cabling
8. Segmentation
9. WAN connection
10. Flexibility

For each item what are the essential points that need to be considered?

  PalaeoBill 09:53 06 Jun 2007

I had a question like this in my finals. Has someone set you an assignment?

  setecio 13:01 06 Jun 2007

1. Whatever they taught you in the lectures you missed.
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  geewis357 14:42 06 Jun 2007

I thought all the exams had finished by now, mine have (yepee).

  rodriguez 12:22 07 Jun 2007

When I designed my LAN, it just put the router into the DSL socket, shoved an Ethernet cable under the carpet into the other computer and plugged the main computer in with USB. Works fine. Now I've changed it for wireless and got rid of the cable under the carpet. A bit more simple than with your question(s), but I've never really been big on designing things. :-D

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