What are the challenges presented in Cisco Networking WAN Implementation with SOHO Configuration (Parts 1-?

  

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Scenario: You have been recently
hired as a network administrator for the xAcme Technology Trade School. The
company is realizing that the local systems administrators need help
implementing certain technologies at each of the remote locations, as well as
final WAN configurations. Out of the network administrators on staff, you have
been asked to move forward the project. With your background and skills, you
will design, implement, and assist in configurations to support xAcmes
topology. Technologies to implement will differ from site to site, as
administrators have begun topology implementations. You will be provided the
overall topology as well as certain device configurations in order to determine
the best course of action per site/challenge. In addition to helping them
configure their network, they require that all new network administrators
obtain their CCNA Certification within 60 days of being hired. You are excited
about starting this project but realize creating a schedule to help balance
your work and home life will be key to success.
Cisco NetworkingWAN Implementation
with SOHO Configuration(Parts 1-3) Overview – Along with the challenges
presented in this document, you will be provided an overall site topology to
work from, as well as specific device configurations (where applicable) to make
your recommendations. Suggested solutions should be comprehensive and justified
in approach. Configurations of technologies should be written out to help guide
the systems administrators with implementation. In some cases, you may find it
necessary to implement additional cabling, which can be done by adding to the
supplied topology. Any adjustments to the sites topology that you find
necessary should be documented and supplied with your submission. Your document
will be divided up by site and solutions per site. Each area is unique in requirements
but collectively will demonstrate your understanding of network routing and
switching technologies. Each scenario will provide you with suggested sections
within TestOut (LabSim) to use as a guide in your analysis and recommendations.
You can use this template as a guide on how to format your project. Be sure to
cite your external sources using the IEEE citation style. To learn how you will
be assessed on this assignment, please take a moment to review the rubric.
Cisco NetworkingWAN
Implementation with SOHO
Configuration(Parts 1-3)
Overview
Along with the challenges presented in this document, you will be provided an overall site
topology to work from, as well as specific device configurations (where applicable) to make your
recommendations.
Suggested solutions should be comprehensive and justified in approach. Configurations of
technologies should be written out to help guide the systems administrators with
implementation. In some cases, you may find it necessary to implement additional cabling, which
can be done by adding to the supplied topology. Any adjustments to the sites topology that you
find necessary should be documented and supplied with your submission.
Your document will be divided up by site and solutions per site. Each area is unique in
requirements but collectively will demonstrate your understanding of network routing and
switching technologies. Each scenario will provide you with suggested sections within TestOut
(LabSim) to use as a guide in your analysis and recommendations.
You can use this template as a guide on how to format your project. Be sure to cite your external
sources using theIEEE citation style. To learn how you will be assessed on this assignment,
please take a moment to review therubric.
Existing VLANs
Remote locations vary in terms of size and requirements. Some implementations will require
current site router/switch-running configurations, which will be provided. All sites will use the
following four VLANs, but you will need to configure only what is asked per site (some
assumptions will be made).
Existing VLANs, per xACME:
o
Faculty VLAN
used by faculty on-site for all office locations (noninstructional communications)
o
total devices per site will vary
Administrative VLAN
used by staff on-site for business administrative
communications
o
total devices per site will vary
Academic VLAN
used by faculty and students for classroom labs and
instructional communications
o
total devices per site will vary
Server VLAN
used by IT staff for all technology/management
communications
total devices per site will vary
The types of devices per site will be the same; however, the number of deployed devices may
vary (all documented in the xAcme educational topology).
Routers Per Site:
Cisco 2800 Series Integrated Services
Interfaces Ports Available
4 Fast Ethernet Interfaces
(Per Router)
2 Serial Interfaces
(Per Router)
fa0/0
s0/0/0
fa0/1
s0/0/1
fa1/0
fa1/1
Switches Per Site:
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series
96 Total Gigabit Ethernet
Ports Per Switch
Module 1 = gi0/1 – gi0/24
Ports Available
Module 2 = gi1/1 – gi1/24
Module 3 = gi2/1 – gi2/24
Module 4 = gi3/1 – gi3/24
Note: Device type will not impact your configuration commands and implementation of ALL
required technologies will use Cisco IOS commands/concepts learned in our TestOut lecture(s).
Standard switchports will be configured and used as trunk OR access ports and DCE ends should
be noted when configuring serial ports per router.
Springfield Site Device and STP Configurations (Focus
on the Springfield Site Only)
Required Implementation: Device hostnames, banners, secured passwords and spanning tree
protocol.
Device Configurations: Implement device hostnames to match the
xACME educational topology labels. Provide a template and sample
configuration for the MOTD banner and login banner (wording and
implementation) for one of the switches. Keep this generic, as it will be
implemented on all switches in the xACME educational topology. Lastly,
include the configuration steps for implementing device passwords on
both console port (out-of-band communications) and VTY (Telnet/inband communications). All passwords should be encrypted.
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP): Briefly explain the advantages and
purpose of the STP. Administrators are having a difficult time placing
switch 1 as the root. Provide a sample configuration for implementing
SPT on the switches. Choose the mode you feel would be best suited for
the environment and justify why. Switch 1 will need to be the root
switch in the Springfield topology. Consider any security measures that
can be implemented to protect the devices from bogus BPDUs.
Note: When approaching the spanning tree challenge, do not concern yourself with the multiple
VLANs at this time. Focus simply on the default VLAN1, which is the active VLAN that all ports
belong to in this topology at this time.
Please refer to the following configurations:
o
SpringfieldSw1
o
SpringfieldSw2
o
SpringfieldSw3
o
SpringfieldSw4
Worchester Site Subnetting Configurations (Focus on
the Worchester Site Only)
Required Implementation:Subnet addressing to accommodate Worchester site
Subnetting: Properly subnet addressing blocks to accommodate the
sites VLAN sizes. You will not need to implement VLANs here; rather,
you will create the correct sizing to properly accommodate the devices
stated per the xACME educational topology. Carefully consider the
challenges faced when structuring subnets too large and/or too small
during your design. The starting Worchester site addressing range is
10.20.0.0 /16 (per the xACME educational topology diagram).
Formatting per subnet should follow format below and should be clearly
stated and placed within a table.
o
NetID
o
mask/CIDR values
o
broadcast
o
usable range
No additional device configurations required to complete
Boston Site Routing Protocol, Route Summarization
and Topology Improvements (Focus on the Boston Site
Only)
Required Implementation:Implement a routing protocol to manage networks within the
Boston site topology as well as default routes to exit non-Boston traffic. Summarization
addresses should be stated per router in Bostons topology. Consider redundancy upgrades as
well and document per topology.
Routing Protocol: Research the different routing protocol types
(distance vector/link state/hybrid) and choose a routing protocol
implement (OSPF, EIGRP, RIP). Justify your selection by defining its
strengths and weaknesses. Define the proper addressing block to assign
per point-to-point links and implement your solution per all three
routers. Routing protocol should be set up in a way to advertise all IP
subnets, WAN and LAN interfaces on a router. Be sure to protect the
advertisements of our routing tables as well.
Summarization: Define the route summarization addresses for each
Boston site router. These addresses will not be implemented on the
routers, but they will be documented in your response. Each
summarization address must be large enough to include all required
subnets contained within the underlying site subnets.
Default Route: Any traffic not matching internal networks will need to
be routed outward. Implement default routes on the site routers to exit
this traffic.
Topology: Consider the potential challenges with the current Boston
site topology (cabling and redundancy approach). If improvements are
needed, update the topology and discuss and routing redundancy
approaches you see fit.
Please refer to the following configurations:
o
BostonSiteRouter1
o
BostonSiteRouter2
o
BostonSiteRouter3
Sacramento Site VLAN, Routing on a Stick (ROS) and
DHCP Implementation (Focus on the Sacramento Site
Only)
Required Implementation: VLANs, ROS, and DHCP implementation
VLANs: Implement the VLAN database on the Sacramento site
switches. Explain the assignment of switchport modes and how to
implement each. Demonstrate how to implement port security on the
switchports to allow only two MAC addresses per port and shutdowns for
violations. Additionally, consider proper security management of any
unused ports.
o
Provide the VLAN IDs, ports with matching switchport modes,
and sample configuration of port security and port management
steps.
ROS: The site will be treated as a routing on a stick (ROS) topology.
Provide a sample configuration for Sacramento fa0/0 interface to
support the multiple VLANs and inter-vlan routing.
o
To simplify configuration, please use the following addressing:
faculty VLAN: 10.50.0.0 /26
administrative VLAN: 10.50.0.64 /26
instructional VLAN: 10.50.0.128 /26
server VLAN: 10.50.0.192 /26
DHCP: The site will need a solution to manage the deployment of IP
addresses. Briefly explain the purpose of DHCP and provide
implementation of the DHCP configuration for the VLANs. Be sure to
include the pool name, exclude the last 10 addresses of each subnet
range and configure the gateway, subnet mask and DNS Address
(Sacramento fa0/0 address).
Please refer to the following configurations:
o
SacramentoSw1
o
SacramentoSw2
o
SacramentoSw3
o
SacramentoRouter
Los Angeles Site Management Technologies (Focus on
the Los Angeles Site Only)
Required Implementation: Device configuration remote storage, remote management of
switches, ACL implementation, and an NTP solution.
Remote IOS Storage: The site will require remote storage of the
devices configurations. Server details are provided per your topology.
You will determine the protocol to use and demonstrate how to
implement the solution.
Remote Management of Switches: All devices will be configured to
allow for remote management. You will be required to implement this
solution on the switches found on the site.
ACL Implementation: In order to restrict and protect access to the
devices, the only VLAN allowed to communicate remotely with the
devices should belong to the server VLAN. Determine the type of ACL to
implement and the placement of the list, and implement the solution on
the site router.
Network Time Protocol: Implement an NTP solution on the devices
found within this topology to ensure clock synchronization is
accomplished. The purpose would be for accurate logging records and
authentication protocols. Server details are provided per your topology.
Please refer to the following configurations:
o
LosAngelesSw1
o
LosAngelesSw2
o
LosAngelesSw3
o
LosAngelesRouter
xACME WAN – WAN Implementation and Secure
Communications (Focus on All Site Entry Point
Routers)
Required Implementation: WAN Implementation, device authentication, and topology
suggestions.
WAN Implementation: Current WAN links are serial based and
connected over leased lines that are using the Cisco default protocol for
layer 2 connectivity. Authentication is not present at this time, but the
added security would be preferred. Research the available WAN
protocols and suggest a solution to provide authentication between
devices. Implement basic routing protocol authentication. Provide a
sample implementation over serial links for your systems administrator
to follow. Included in this task are device configurations for the current
implementation.
Topology: Currently, the Los Angeles and Boston sites are connected
across leased lines and each remains as the entry point to its respective
regional locations. There is growing concern over the amount of traffic
both devices are handling. Please review the xAMCE educational
topology and make recommendations to provide some redundancy
among sites, as well as to alleviate some of the bandwidth requirements
placed on both devices. This may require additional lines to be leased.
With your suggested improvements, please update the topology as you
see fit.
Note: Additional addressing is available if needed. Simply create the additional ranges from the
provided available xACME public address range, 165.128.63.0 /26.
Please refer to the following configurations:
o
BostonSiteRouter1
o
WorchesterRouter
o
SpringfieldRouter
o
SacramentoRouter
o
LosAngelesRouter
Cisco Networking Configuration Project Part 1
Competency
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
This includes:
Assess the need for network hardware to
support the business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
device/technology
configuration and
management
information for all
sites
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Assess the need for network services to
support the business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
protocol
configuration
information for all
sites to include
STP, VLAN, ROS,
and DHCP
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Apply and implement appropriate security
measures on a network to support the
business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
security-related
protocol
configuration
information
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Follow proper procedures and protocols in
completing IT-related tasks.
Competency
Following proper
best practices in
implementing the
design
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Develop a proposal to design a network
infrastructure based on business needs.
Providing site
subnetting and
topology
implementation
information
Competency
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1: Minimally
Proficient 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Using IEEE citation
style
Using credible
reasoning,
appropriate
research, and
supporting
evidence in
communication
Satisfy standards of writing style and
grammatical correctness.
Synthesizing
sources
appropriately using
paraphrase,
summary, and
quotation
Satisfying
standards of writing
style and
grammatical
correctness,
including the use of
industry-standard
terminology and
vocabulary
Overall Score
Cisco Networking Configuration Project Part 2
Competency
This includes:
Assess the need for network hardware to
support the business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
device/technology
configuration and
management
information for all
sites
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Assess the need for network services to
support the business or organization.
Providing
appropriate
protocol
configuration
information for all
sites to include
STP, VLAN, ROS,
and DHCP
Competency
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
This includes:
Apply and implement appropriate security
measures on a network to support the
business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
security-related
protocol
configuration
information
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Follow proper procedures and protocols in
completing IT-related tasks.
Competency
Following proper
best practices in
implementing the
design
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Develop a proposal to design a network
infrastructure based on business needs.
Competency
Providing site
subnetting and
topology
implementation
information
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Using IEEE citation
style
Satisfy standards of writing style and
grammatical correctness.
Using credible
reasoning,
appropriate
research, and
supporting
evidence in
communication
Synthesizing
sources
appropriately using
paraphrase,
summary, and
quotation
Satisfying
standards of writing
style and
grammatical
correctness,
including the use of
industry-standard
terminology and
vocabulary
Overall Score
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1: Minimally
Proficient 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Cisco Networking Configuration Project Part 3
Competency
This includes:
Assess the need for network hardware to
support the business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
device/technology
configuration and
management
information for all
sites
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Assess the need for network services to
support the business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
protocol
configuration
information for all
sites to include
STP, VLAN, ROS,
and DHCP
Level 3 90-100%
This includes:
Providing
Assess the need for network security devices appropriate
to support the business or organization.
security-related
device
configuration
information
Competency
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Apply and implement appropriate security
measures on a network to support the
business or organization.
Competency
Providing
appropriate
security-related
protocol
configuration
information
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1 Minimally
Proficient: 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
This includes:
Follow proper procedures and protocols in
completing IT-related tasks.
Competency
Following proper
best practices in
implementing the
design
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Develop a proposal to design a network
infrastructure based on business needs.
Competency
Providing site
subnetting and
topology
implementation
information
Level 3: 90 – 100%
This includes:
Using IEEE citation
style
Using credible
reasoning,
appropriate
research, and
supporting
evidence in
communication
Satisfy standards of writing style and
grammatical correctness.
Synthesizing
sources
appropriately using
paraphrase,
summary, and
quotation
Satisfying
standards of writing
style and
grammatical
correctness,
including the use of
industry-standard
terminology and
vocabulary
Overall Score
Level 3: 90 – 100%
Level 2:
80 – 89%
Level 1: Minimally
Proficient 70 – 79%
Not
Proficient
CMIT 350 WAN and SOHO Skills Implementation
Use this document as a guide for formatting and organizing your CMIT 350
Skills Implementation challenge.
Title Page
Professionalism will be key to your success and advancement in your academic and
professional career. Use the title page to identify relevant information such as your name, the
course, professor and submission/completion date.
Document Index/Contents
Organization will allow your document to be divided into key areas of consideration and allows
an overall structure to be placed over the submission.
Sample text:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
I.
Site XXXXXXXX Challenges and Implementation
Site XXXXXXXX Challenges and Implementation
Site XXXXXXXX Challenges and Implementation
Bibliography
Site XXXXXXXXXX Challenge and Implementation
(Provide a section for each site, as suggested in your table
of contents.)
Site Details and Challenges (Summary)
Here you will simply summarize the site requirements and/or challenges you are attempting to
overcome. You will not need to implement solutions of discuss your approach at this point in
time. This information is provided to you and can simply be organized and restated as you
understand it. Think of this area as what needs to be corrected. Suggested length would be one
or two paragraphs.
Sample text:
As described in the scenario, the xUMUC site was developed without any VLAN structure, and
administrators have found the need to isolate broadcast traffic from a layer-2 perspective.
Site Solution(s) and Technologies
With the challenges stated, you will be able to clearly define your approach to solving those
challenges and can state the technologies you will be implementing to do so. Be sure to use this
area to justify your approach and selection of technologies as well. The specific length and
details of this area will vary based on the specifics and depth of the challenge you are facing.
Your justification would be your selection of a specific technology or approach over another and
why you chose the approach you are taking. Show off your knowledge in the foundational skills
here!
Sample text:
In order to relieve the administrative tasks surrounding the implementation of manual IP
addressing per device, we will configure and implement a DHCP (dynamic host configuration
protocol) server, per site requirements. The DHCP allows for devices to identify, request and
implement IP configurations as well as other settings.
Since this area may call for facts and details around technologies and approaches, you will most
likely find yourself using in-text citations, which would appear as follows:
Open Shortest Path First is an open standard routing protocol thats been implemented by a
wide variety of network vendors, including Cisco [1].
Sample Configuration
Understanding the technologies will satisfy a portion of the documents requirements. You will
also need to display how the solutions you are suggesting would be implemented. This will
include the specific commands used to configure the devices. Instructions will state when
sample configurations are required, and any sample configurations should be limited to the
devices provided, per the site topology. Device syntax to be used can be found in your training
suite, TestOuts LabSim. Show off your technical competency here!
Sample text:
Sample Device Configuration 1
Supporting Tables/Diagrams
When structuring solutions per certain sites, you may find it helpful or even necessary to
structure information with tables and/or diagrams. These items can be used to support and
display your understood solutions located in the Site Solution(s) and Technologies area.
Display your organizational and logical skills in this area!
Sample table:
Sample Table 1
Sample Table 2
Sample Diagram 1
Repeat the format to include all required document components for each
site. In this sample, sections numbered II and III in your table of contents
would be provided next, followed by the bibliography.
IV.
Bibliography
Be responsible with your research and included works. Provide proper credit in the IEEE format
to those original authors and their works that you decide to leverage in your submission.
Sample Entry:
[1] T. Lammle. CCNA Routing and Switching Study Guide. Indianapolis, ID: Sybex Wiley, 2013,
p. 386.

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As the new network administrator for xAcme Technology Trade School, you have been tasked with implementing certain technologies and final WAN configurations for all the remote locations. With your expertise and skills, you are expected to design, implement, and assist in configurations to support xAcmes topology. You will work with specific device configurations and provide comprehensive solutions to help guide the systems administrators with implementation. This project will showcase your understanding of network routing and switching technologies.

Description:

The Cisco Networking WAN Implementation with SOHO Configuration (Parts 1-3) project is designed to help you, as the network administrator, implement advanced technologies across all remote locations of xAcme Technology Trade School. The project requires comprehensive solutions to be written out, providing guidance to the systems administrators. Along with the supplied topology, you will have access to specific device configurations to help make informed recommendations. The project is divided by site and solutions per site, and each area is unique in its requirements. It is your responsibility to document any adjustments to the site’s topology and to supply your submission with suggested solutions. Furthermore, all new network administrators must obtain their CCNA Certification within 60 days of being hired. Proper scheduling and time management will be a key to your success in this project. Finally, remember to cite all sources using the IEEE citation style to avoid plagiarism.

Objectives:

1. To design, implement and assist in configurations to support xAcme’s topology.
2. To configure WAN with SOHO configuration for each remote location.
3. To provide comprehensive and justified solutions for each site’s topology.
4. To guide the systems administrators with implementation by writing out configurations of technologies needed.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Analyze xAcme’s network topology and identify areas that need improvement.
2. Identify technologies that need to be implemented at each remote location.
3. Design a WAN with SOHO configuration that meets xAcme’s network requirements.
4. Determine the best course of action for each site/challenge based on the specific device configurations.
5. Document any necessary adjustments to the sites’ topology and provide solutions for each site.
6. Use TestOut (LabSim) as a guide to analyze and recommend solutions for each site.
7. Apply IEEE citation style to cite external sources used in the project.
8. Develop time management and scheduling skills to balance work and home life while working on the project.
9. Develop skills to guide and assist the systems administrators in implementing the recommended configurations.
10. Obtain CCNA certification within 60 days of being hired as required by xAcme.

collectively will demonstrate your understanding of network routing and switching technologies.

Solution 1: Implement a centralized management system for network administrators

One possible solution to help manage the different site configurations and ensure all network administrators obtain their CCNA certification would be to implement a centralized management system. This system would allow for remote device management, monitoring, and troubleshooting, reducing the need for on-site visits and improving network uptime.

To implement this solution, the following steps should be taken:

1. Choose a centralized management tool, such as Cisco Prime Infrastructure, that can handle inventory management, configuration management, and performance monitoring.
2. Deploy the management tool to each site and ensure all required devices are supported.
3. Set up user accounts and access permissions for each network administrator, depending on their job responsibilities and scope.
4. Train each network administrator on how to use the management tool and perform common tasks remotely.
5. Monitor network performance, troubleshoot and fix issues as they arise, and provide updates to system users as necessary.

Solution 2: Implement a standardized network topology across all sites

Another solution to help simplify network management and maintenance would be to implement a standardized network topology across all sites. This would reduce the need for custom configurations at each site, making it easier to troubleshoot and maintain the network as a whole.

To implement this solution, the following steps should be taken:

1. Design a standard network topology that meets the requirements of all sites, including network size, bandwidth requirements, and security needs.
2. Develop a set of standard device configurations that can be applied to all devices at each site.
3. Perform site surveys at each location to determine the existing topology and device configurations.
4. Adjust the site topology and device configurations as necessary to match the standard design.
5. Train network administrators on the new standardized network topology and device configurations, and update documentation as necessary.

By implementing a centralized management system or a standardized network topology across all sites, the xAcme Technology Trade School can streamline the network management, make it easy for the network administrators to configure and maintain the network devices, and ensure all new network administrators obtain their CCNA certification within the required timeframe.

Suggested Resources/Books:
1. Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 Official Cert Guide Library
2. Network Warrior: Everything You Need to Know That Wasn’t on the CCNA Exam
3. CCNA Portable Command Guide

Similar Asked Questions:
1. What are the challenges of implementing WAN configurations across remote locations?
2. How can topology implementations differ from site to site in a company?
3. What are some essential network routing and switching technologies for network administrators to understand?
4. How can systems administrators ensure that new network administrators obtain their CCNA Certification within 60 days of being hired?
5. What are some effective time-management strategies for balancing work and home life as a network administrator?

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You have to be 100% sure of the quality of your product to give a money-back guarantee. This describes us perfectly. Make sure that this guarantee is totally transparent.

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Zero-plagiarism guarantee

Each paper is composed from scratch, according to your instructions. It is then checked by our plagiarism-detection software. There is no gap where plagiarism could squeeze in.

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Free-revision policy

Thanks to our free revisions, there is no way for you to be unsatisfied. We will work on your paper until you are completely happy with the result.

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Privacy policy

Your email is safe, as we store it according to international data protection rules. Your bank details are secure, as we use only reliable payment systems.

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Fair-cooperation guarantee

By sending us your money, you buy the service we provide. Check out our terms and conditions if you prefer business talks to be laid out in official language.

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