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1. An organization uses a VLAN based network.

There are 3 vlans on the network, namely


vlan 2, vlan 3 and vlan 4. The IT department belongs to vlan 4. The vlans are mapped
with the IP networks 192.168.1.0/24, 192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24. It is required
that only the IT department vlan should be able to remote access the router using telnet.

All the other vlans should be blocked. To demonstrate the solution a lab is setup with Cisco
routers and switches with the topology simulated. The necessary configurations required to
achieve the solution is identified.

Project Type: Practical demonstration

Hardware and software

1. Cisco 2611 XM – 1 nos (Any Cisco router which supports inter vlan routing would suffice)

2. Cisco 2950 switch – 1 nos (Any Cisco switch which supports vlans would suffice)

3. Computers ( 3 nos)

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Report Contents

1. Project Description
2. Networking requirement
3. Network Design strategy
4. Network Topology Diagram
5. Cisco switch configuration (VLAN)
6. Cisco router configuration (Telnet and access control)
7. PC configuration

Pages – 8

Report format – PDF

2. To design a network for a software development organization based on vlan with Cisco
routers and switches. The organization has three departments, development, testing and
trainee and a high speed internet connection.

The trainee department should not have access to internet browsing, but all other communication
should be allowed on the internet. The users in all the departments should have inter access
communication with each other. All the departments should be on different IP networks.

Project Requirements
1.Design different vlans for each department.
2.Design and map IP network addresses for each vlan.
3.Cisco based routers and switches to be used.
4.Identify the configurations required on the routers and switches for the solutions like vlan,
intervlan routing, internet access restriction etc.
5.Identify the TCP/IP adapter configurations which are required to be setup on the clients.

Hardware and Software

1.Cisco 2611 XM router ( 1nos)


2.Cisco 2950 ( 1nos)
3.PC’s ( As per requirement )

Report contents:

1. Project Scope
2. Project Requirement
3. Hardware and Software
4. Network Design strategy
5. Network topology diagram
6. Switch configuration ( VLAN , Trunking)
7. Router configuration ( Internet configuration guidelines, intervlan routing, access list
configuration)
8. TCP/IP adapter configuration
9. Network design verification.

Report format – PDF

No of Pages – 8

3. In this project, a network has to be designed for remote access VPN. A windows XP VPN
server is to be setup behind a Cisco NAT router.

The NAT router has a public IP address received dynamically by the ISP, which is also required
to be used by the LAN users for internet. The remote users should be able to connect to the
public IP address of the router, and establish connectivity with the VPN server. After connection
is established, the remote user should be able to access systems on the LAN. LAN and VPN
network should be segregated using appropriate VLAN’s
Hardware and Software used.

Cisco 2611 XM router.


Cisco 2950 switch
Windows XP VPN Server with two network cards.
Windows / Linux systems for LAN users.
Windows 7 for remote access

Report Contents

1.Project scope and description


2.Hardware and Software used.
3.Network Implementation Strategy
4.IP and VLAN Network design and Configuration
5.TCP/IP adapter screenshot on VPN Server
6.TCP/IP adapter screenshot on LAN PC1
7.TCP/IP adapter screenshot on LAN PC1
8. Windows XP VPN Server configuration screenshots
9. VPN Client configuration on Windows 7
11.Network Topology Diagram with IP addressing
13. Switch configuration (VLAN configuration on switch, Trunk configuration)
14. Router configuration (Interface configuration, VLAN sub interface configuration, DNS
server configuration, Internet routing configuration, Internet sharing (PAT Configuration), Port
forwarding configuration)
15. VPN Testing

Format – PDF

Pages – 16

4. To design and configure a network for an organization with multiple departments,


finance, hr and marketing, where all users in the department receive appropriate dynamic
IP address from Windows 2008 DHCP Server.

Each department uses different IP network address. The organization uses Cisco switches and
routers.

Project Requirements

1.Design respective vlans for different departments.


2.Design network addresses for each departments.
3.Map the network address with respective vlans.
4.Identify configuration required on Cisco routers and switches to create vlans and intervlan
routing.
5.Identify configuration required on Windows 2008 DHCP server to provide dynamic IP address
to users belonging to respective vlans from the specific network address range.
6.Identify configuration required on the Cisco router for DHCP specific design.
7.The users in all the departments should be able to access each other after receiving appropriate
IP addresses from the DHCP Server.

Hardware and Software

1.Cisco 2611 XM router ( 1nos)


2.Cisco 2950 switch ( 1nos)
3.Windows 2008 Server ( 1nos)
4.PC’s.

Report Contents

1. Project Scope
2. Project Requirements
3. Hardware and Software
4. Network Design strategy
5. Network Topology Diagram
6. IP and VLAN Mapping.
7. Network Configuration
a. Switch configuration (VLAN creation on switch,Switch port configuration for respective
VLAN’s, Trunk port configuration on appropriate port.
b. Router configuration (Configure vlans with respective IP addresses, IP Routing Configuration,
IP Helper-address configuration on router)
c.DHCP Server configuration (Screenshots for Scope creation for different network addresses.
8. Network Design Verification.

Report Format – PDF

Pages – 15

5. An organization has two remote offices and one main office. The organizations plans to
design a WAN network through which both the remote offices have dedicated leased
lines to the main office. The speed of the leased line links is 64 Kbps.

The organization plans to use Cisco routers and switches. The necessary topology and
configurations are identified on the routers for the computers in the different offices to access
each other. A lab is setup with actual Cisco equipment’s to simulate the above topology along
with the working configurations.

Project Type: Practical demonstration

Hardware and Software

Cisco routers ( 3 nos)


Switches ( 3 nos. Note, if switch is unavailable, computers can be directly connected to the
routers)
Computers ( 3 nos)
Cisco DTE-DCE Cable (2 nos)

Report Contents

1.Title
2.Abstract
3.Project Proposal (Title, Network diagram, Aims and Objectives, Implementation methodology
)
4.Configuration guide (Lab setup diagram with IP network design, Lab configuration guidelines,
IP network design table, Router configurations for main and branch office (WAN, LAN and
routing configuration)

Report Format – PDF

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