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Welcome to

HCL – Networking Seminar

By
V.VENKATESAN
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Network Basics
SWITCH
• Carry both source and destination address
• Dedicated device
Type of switches
• Unmanaged Switches
• Console Managed switches
• Managed switches
Unmanaged Switches-Variety
• Desktop
• Workgroup
Desktop
– Just meant for Connecting Desktops/nodes
Workgroup
– Connect servers/desktops
- Connect to another switches
Console Managed Switch
• Basic Management like Vlan/Speed/duplex
Configuration thru Console port
• Work Group Switches
• Vlan/port trunking supported
• Optional slot for uopgrade.
Managed switches
• SNMP
• Web Management
• Complete Management/control/monitor
network performance& trouble shooting
• Security
Management S/W
• Management is possible using Mgmt S/W.
Mgmt S/W types
• Device Management – Managing device
like switches/routers etc
• Network Management – Complete Network
Management
• Enterprise Management – Managing
various network spread across
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Variety of Managed Switches


• Standalone
• Stackable
• Chassis
• Routing
• Routing chassis switch
Variety of Managed switches
• Standalone – fixed ports with optional slots
• Chassis – Open slots to add flexilable modules
• Stackable – Stack one over other, add as when
require
• Routing – Standalone to connect diff networks
used as central core switch
• Routing Chassis – For very high networks,
core central switch
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Parameter of Manage switches


• Backplane
• SNMP/WEB Management
• VLAN
• Broadcast /multicast control
• Bandwidth Control
• Port security
• Flexilable modules
• Port Trunking
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VLAN
• Logical Grouping of Network
• Types of VLAN
• Port Based – Port Address
• MAC Based – MAC address
• IP Based - IP address
• Used for security and Inter VLAN connectivity
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Broadcast Control

• Broadcast message – Multiserver application


diff message from diff servers, collide –
network performance degrade
• Multicast Message – same as above, but severs
sends to particular groups instead of whole
network
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Backplane/Bandwidth control
• No. of packets per ports which each switch can
send/receive
• Total Bandwidth for a switch
BANDWIDTH CONTROL
• Limit/Control No. of bytes flow in/out of each ports.
EDP CONTROLS traffic at Ethernet levels
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LAYER3 ROUTING
• Layer 3 – which contains broadcast/multicast
control
• Routing switches – For inter communication
between VLANs and communicate with
different networks
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Structured Cabling
• Why structured cabling
To get optimum performance
For both voice /data Communications

Components of cabling
• Cables
• Patch cord and patch panel
• Information outlet
Cables
• CAT5 – supports 100 Mbps @ 100MHZ
• ECAT5 – Supports 1000Mbps @ 100MHZ
• CAT6 – Supports 1000Mbps@ 250MHZ
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Advantages of Fiber:

•Bandwidth
•Distance
•Freedom from Interference
•Security
•Upgradability
•Ease of Maintenance
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Types of fiber:(Armoured & Unarmoured)

1.Multi Mode -Maximum of 2KM Distance


-Active Components cost Less
-Size of core 62.5or 50 Microns

2.Single Mode-Maximum of 60 Km Distance


-Active Components cost High
-Size of core 8-10 Microns
Types of Connector/Couplers

ST ,SC, MTRJ, & FCPC


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Fiber Integration Parameters:

1. Handling of Fiber

2.Laying/Trenching

3.Connectorisation

4.Testing of core(Fluke 4300)

5.Uniform types(SM/MM/SC/ST/MTRJ)
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FIBRE OPTIC CABLES

■ SM & MM Cables
■ Composite Cable
■ 50/62.5 µ m
■ Indoor & Outdoor
■ Wall Mount Multi & Single
Adapter Termination
cabinets
■ 12 ports to 96 ports
■ Empty or Fully Loaded
■ ST & SC Compatible
■ For Single & Multimode
Fibre
Fibre Accessories

■ Patch Cords
■ Pigtails
■ ST & SC Adapters
■ ST & SC Connectors
■ Cable management Trays
Rack Mount panels
■ Multi Adapter
■ Durable Aluminium
■ From 6 to 144 port capacity
■ Termination / Splice Options
■ Removable doors for better
access
■ Front & rear Cable entry
Fibre Patch Panel

■ 12/24 Port Sliding


Patch Panel
■ 19” rack-mountable
■ Easy accessibility
■ Fully enclosed Patch
Cord Minder
■ Can be supplied with
adaptor Kits