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An organization is granted the block 192.168.10.0/24. The oranization needs four subnetworks for IT, HR, Marketing, finance each with an equal number of hosts. Design your qnetwork with the best topology. You are supposed to  Consider VLAN, subnetting  VTP hardening  STP (spanning tree protocol)  Design the topology with a diagram
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  • ToddN2000
    Is this an interview or homework question? This seems fairly simple for a setup. If this is a real world situation, what hardware and OS is being used? 
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  • TheRealRaven
    Since it's a local/non-routable network, there is no 'granting' of the address block. Anybody (everybody) can use that same address range without conflict. So, this is necessarily a homework or interview kind of problem.

    As such, we can't supply an answer. However, you can post your work on the problem for critical/constructive comments from us. We can then give guidance to help you to a solid understanding.
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  • Dhuruva
    Please tell the answer
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  • Subhendu Sen

    It seems that this is your homework. Have you read your study materials? Have you asked help to your faculties for help?

    You can buy this book for help, 'Designing Content Switching Solutions' by Zeeshan Naseh

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