Regional office network

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Cisco Packet Tracer
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Hello everyone. I am struggling with one of my assignments from university that i really need help on, I've tried so hard but its got to a point where I need someones help! Bare with me on this its a long question. As a brief intro, the assignment deals with creating and configuring a national company network consisting of 1 head office, 5 regional offices and 10 local offices in Cisco packet tracer. Each office will be configured by a separate student in packet tracer and then finally all the packet tracer files will be connected using the multi-user function to create one huge topology. The lecturer will be in charge of creating the head office. It is my task to create and configure one of the regional offices. The regional office has three external links. One to the head office, and two, to two separate local offices. I have been given the 172.16.0.0 address to subnet. Which i have done correctly, while considering route summarization, The regional office will consist of: several different departments. A total of over 500 users. Every department has a VoIP counterpart eg. Developers and developers voice or sales and sales voice. However only the sales department needs full VoIP implementation, the rest of the VoIP departments will just be planned for. I have split these into VLANS (How do I implement a management VLAN? I have 32 addresses reserved for this) There are four servers that need implementing. Public web server, file server (with integrated TFPT server), DHCP server, mail server. Now I need to set up these servers in a DMZ or a DMZ VLAN but I don't know how. Really stuck on that bit. Once I tackle the DMZ problem then I will need to look at the following: EIGRP ROUTING OSFP ROUTING STATIC ROUTES ACLS. Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated. I'm so desperate that I will even be willing to pay money for some specific help :-( More information can be supplied if you want a better idea of the network: Packet tracer file that am working on, Assignment brief Device configurations VLSM Scheme Current network topolgy. Thank you

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  • TomLiotta
    how do i implement a mangment vlan?   As is usually the case, a Google search for [ management vlan ] or for [ management vlan configuration ] brings up numerous authoritative links that tell much about doing this. Did you run into any specific problems?   Now i need to set up these servers in a DMZ or a DMZ VLAN but i dont know how.   What don't you know how? How to set up the servers? How to create a DMZ? How to position the servers inside or outside a DMZ? A more detailed description of the actual problem would help. Google searches for [ DMZ ] or [ DMZ topology ] and similar terms show various examples.   Start with some diagrams. Upload scans or any images of your network that you can create to any image sharing site, and link them here. Label your segments, sites, equipment, network and device addresses, anything you have an idea about. Mark any problem areas. It's possible that some discussion can get you going in good directions.   But be clear; homework or class assignments cannot be answered here. We can only give suggestions or help with understanding. Guidance is possible; an actual answer is not.   Tom
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  • LondonGMT1
    Thank you for your reply Tom.after reading online, this is what i think about implementing management VLAN:I have an address space of 172.16.2.192 /27 for the management VLAN. So first usable IP 172.16.2.193 will be the the routers sub interface I.D. Vlan 100 will be created and called Switch-Managment-LAN and propagated via VTP. then interfrace Vlan100 will be created on all switches. an ip address ranging from 172.16.2.194 - 172.16.2.222 will be given to the interface vlan 100 on each switch. each switch will be assigned a default gateway of 172.16.2.93. Vty 0 4 passwords will be set to allow telnet! ok thats sorted!thanks Tom! a bit of google and some lecture notes from last year has sorted that out!now to give you an idea of my DMZ set up i will post an image on and get back here to post the link. i wish i could post the packet tracer file over too. :-(
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  • LondonGMT1
    Ive posted the topology of the network so you might get a better understanding of what i mean. please have a look. [URL= http://www.image-share.com/ijpg-2139-158.html ] [IMG] http://www.image-share.com/upload/2139/158.jpg [/IMG][/URL][URL=http://www.image-share.com/ijpg-2139-158.html][IMG]http://www.image-share.com/upload/2139/158.jpg[/IMG][/URL][URL=http://www.image-share.com/ijpg-2139-158.html][IMG=http://www.image-share.com/upload/2139/158.jpg][/URL]
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  • jeff6319
    One recommendation.  According to the pictures you have the PCs and IP phones on separate ports on separate switches.  As this is Cisco gear, you only need one physical switch port per phone/PC pair with the proper VLAN and VoIP statements on each switch port.  This will cut down the number of switches you'd need to manage.
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