COIT20264 Network Design Assessment Item 1

Solution

Title of task: Assessment 1- Network design

Subject code: COIT 20264

Objective: To utilize top down network methodology in order to design logical network on the basis of given scenario.

Overview: In this assignment, there are two parts a student needs to cover such as Part A and Part B. Part A requires to analyze the provided scenario in order to prepare as well as develop a presentation of logical network design. Student should create video presentation. Part B requires to write a report of logical network design in order to provide a list of business and technical goal, tradeoffs and constraints, network applications, naming and addressing model, justification for the network diagram, and routing and switching protocols along with the security mechanisms. In this assignment, there is not any requirement of including executive summary, the introduction, table of contents and conclusion.

University: CQUniversity

Tool requirement: Packet Tracer.

Task deliverables

Students are required to prepare a document of 2500 words which should include the following figures:

Business goals and constraints: Related to the given scenario.

Technical goals and tradeoffs: In terms of network design and its functioning.

Tables: Including data stores, applications, traffic flows, and user communities.

Addressing and naming model: Including addressing and naming schemes in table.

Justification for network design:  In terms of device description.

Logical network diagram: Comprising naming and addressing scheme for each and every network.

Protocols for routing and switching: To describe the privacy for network and communication.

Security mechanisms: For the protection of confidential information in network.

References: All the references should be in Harvard referencing guidelines.

Expert’s advice and suggested modifications

The assignment also requires to find different medical equipment which can be used in the network design and the assumptions for Utopimed network design are discouraged. Each and every step of the network design should be explained clearly along with the proper justification to satisfy technical and business goals.

1 | 7 COIT202 64 Network Design (HT 2, 201 9) Assessment I tem 1 - Written Assessment Due date: 08:00am AEST, Monday, Week 9 ASSESSMENT Weighting: Part A: 12%; Part B: 28 % 1 Length: Part A: Individual presentation video . Part B: No word count limit. Objectives This assessment task relates to Unit Learning Outcomes 1 to 5 and can be undertaken individually or in a group of up to 4 students. Distance students can form groups with on -campus students as well. Using top -down network design methodology, you will develop your logical network design based on the scenario given on p age 5 of this document. You may make any justifiable assumptions but you should mention them wherever you use. Y ou are also expected to contribute to the Group Discussion Forum in Moodle by finding the answers to the recommended weekly group discussion questions (Q2 of Week 4, Q2 of Week 5 and Q2 of Week 6). This assessment task has two parts, Part A and Part B. Part A of Assessment Task (individual) All students In Part A of this assessment task, you should analyse the given scenario and individually prepare and deliver a presentation on your contribution to the logical network design of your group using the top - down ne twork design methodology. You should individually prepare the presentation slides and create a video of your presentation. The part of contribution that you make should be agreed with your group members and communicated to your tutor and the unit coordinator via email in Week 4 . If you are not in a group, i.e., if you are working individually, your video and presentation slides should cover the entire logical network design. You should upload your presentation slides to Moodle and your video to YouTube , and provide the link to the video on the presentation slides. If you password protect your video, please ensure that you provide the login credentials to access the video as well. The length of your video should be limited to 4 min if you are in a group of 4 members, to 5 min if you are in a group of 3 membe rs, to 7 min if you are in a group of 2 members and to 1 2 min if you are not in a group. Please note that a video presen tation means that you, as the presenter, should be visible in the video. Note: You must follow the Harvard citation and referencing guidelines when preparing your presentation slides. Check the unit website at least once a week for further information relating to this part of the assessment task . Please ens ure that you prepare your presentation slides in your own words to avoid possible plagiarism and copyright violation. You can understand the Plagiarism Procedures by following the corresponding link in the CQUniversity Policies section of the Unit Profile. 2 | 7 Assessment C riteria for Part A In Part A of this assessment task , you are assessed mainly against your ability to analyse the given scenario and individually prepare and deliver a presentation on your contribution to the logical network design of your group , using the top -down ne twork design methodology. The marking criteria for Part A of this assessment task are provided on page 3 . You need to familiarise yourself with the marking criteria to ensure that you have addressed them when preparing the prese ntation slides and creating the video of your presentation . 3 | 7 Marking Criteria for Part A Criteria HD D C P F Max Mark Mark Obtained 1 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.4 0 1. Presentati on structure: a. Introduction Introduce you and your group. Introduce your part of presentation. Aim to engage viewer from the beginning of the presentation. Contained all aspects . This mark is not applicable. This mark is not applicable. One aspect missing. Two aspects missing. All aspects missing. 1 7 5.95 5.05 4.25 3.4 0 b. Body Marks will be given for the accuracy of the content that you deliver . The content must explain your contribution to the logical design . Covered all information in detail. All information was correct. Covered all information in detail but one inaccuracy . Covered all information in detail but two inaccuracies . Covered all information in detail but three or more inaccuracies . Most information missing. Top - down network des ign methodology was not followed. 7 1 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.4 c. Conclusion Summ arise the key points that you presented in the body . Contained all points . One point missing. Two points missing. Three points missing. Four or more points missing. 1 2. Deli very Do not read the f ull text, practice and keep to the time limit. Use the time carefully without rushing at the end. Very clear delivery and within time. Very clear delivery and within time but rushed at the end. Not ve ry clear delivery but within time limit . Not clear delivery and rushed at the end. Took more than the specified time. 1 2 1.7 1.3 1 0 3. Presentation slides Ensure that the slide contents are c learly visible and your slides are well–prepared and useful. Use your slides effectively (i.e. integrated into the presentation). Prepared very well as specified with all key information . Prepared very well as specified with all key information but too small font. Contained all key information but t oo much text on slides. Lacked in information . Not clear or most information missing. 2 Comments: The link to video was not provided in the presentation slides or login username/password not given or incorrect -2 The student is not visible in the video -12 Total 12 4 | 6 Part B of Assessment Task (individual or group) In Part B of the assessment task, you will produce a written report of your logical network design. Your report should include: 1) List of Business Goals and Constraints 2) List of Technical Goals and Tradeoffs 3) Table of User Communities, Data Stores, Network Applications and Traffic Flows 4) Model for addressing and naming 5) Explanation and justificatio n of the logical network design 6) Logical network diagram (s) including addressing and naming 7) Discussion of routing and switching protocols 8) Discussion of security mechanisms You should not include an executive summary, a table of contents, an introduction or a conclusion. Note: You must follow the Harvard cita tion and referencing guidelines when writing your report. Check the unit website at least once a week for furth er information relating to Part B of the assessment task . Please ensure that you write your report in your own words to avoid possible plagiarism and copyright violation. You can understand the Plagiarism Procedures by following the corresponding link in the CQUniversity Policies section of the Unit Profile. Assessment C riteria for Part B In Part B of this assessment task , you are assessed mainly on your ability to analyse the given scenario and design & document a logical network using the top -down ne twork design methodology. The marking criteria for Part B of this assessment task are provided on page 6. You need to familiarise yourself with the m arking criteria to ensure that you have addressed them when preparing your logical network design report. Submission Each one of you in the group must upload the following items to Moodle on or before the due date: 1. For Part A, the p resentation slides and the video of your presentation (individual) 2. For Part B, t he same written report of your group. 5 | 6 The Scenario for Network Design Assessment Task s Your company in Australia specialises in designing networks for local and international clients. Its new project is to design a n enterprise network for a chain of medical centre s of Utopimed located in the capital cit ies of all Australian states. Utopimed is managed from the medical centre in Melbourne. Each medical cen tre has 10 chambers for GPs and 10 chambers for specialists so that a maximum of 20 doctors can see patients at a time. All chamber s should be equipped with computers connected to the enterprise network of Utopimed. In addition, there will be exercise treadmills, blood pressure monitors, ICU bedside monitors , blood sugar monitors in the chambers of specialists that will wirelessly send the data of the patients through the enterprise network. Each medical centre has a reception , a laboratory , a room for the visiting management and a radio logy unit as well. The reception should have a photocopying machine, 3 computers and 3 telephones to take the appointment s of patients . Laboratory staff will undertake most of the tests and produce results in- house , and rarely the specimens will have to be sent to a third party lab. The laboratory staffs upload the reports into the system , and the doctors can see them instantly . The third party labs can also upload reports directly into Utopimed’s system. The room for the visiting management has a computer and a telephone connected to the enterprise network. Each radiology unit will have one unit from each of X-ray, Ultrasound, MRI and C T scan machine s. All these machines should also be connected to the network where possible, so that all reports c an be seen by the patient’s doctor /specialist immediately. More importantly, all current and past dat a of each patient will be analysed on the go by an intelligent software and the likely cause s of the ailment will be suggested to the doctor . This will help the doctors to treat their patients faster and better. In the waiting area of patients, the patients should be able to use their mobile devices by connecting to the free Wi -Fi network of Utopimed. This service can be used by them to connect to the Internet as well as to request and receive medical certificates from the doctor. Doctors do not issue or sign the medical certificates directly but the system does it automatically. In addition to the abovementioned features that every medical cent re of Utopimed has, the Melbourne medical centre has the managing director, an accountant, a secretary and an IT manager. They are located in an open office and they should be provided with a computer and a telephone for each, and a photocopying/printing m achine common to all. Because of the high confidentiality, integrity and accountability (CIA) of patients’ records, the managing director does not support a cloud -based solution. Using the top -down network design methodology, you are to design the enterpri se network of Utopimed. Wherever possible, you should find all medical equipment which can be networked. There is no need to make any assumptions to design the network for Utopimed and any such attempts are discouraged. Each step of your network design sho uld clearly explain and justify how you satisfy the business and technical goals. Note: This scenario was created by Dr Rohan de Silva on 05th June 201 9 and no part of this scenario should be reproduced by any individual or organisation without written permission from CQUniversity, Australia . 6 | 6 Marking Criteria for Part B Criteria HD D C P F Max Mark Mark 3 2.55 2.5 2.25 2 1.95 1.9 1.5 1.4 0.7 0 1) Lis t of Business Goals and Constraints Thorough accurate list. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. More than four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 3 2) List of Technical Goals and Tradeoffs Thorough accurate list. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. More than four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 3 3) Table of User Communities, Data Stores, Network Applications and Traffic Flows Thorough accurate table . One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. More than four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 3 4) Model for addressing and naming Thorough accurate model . One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. More than four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 3 HD D C P F 4 3.4 3.3 3 2.9 2.6 2.5 2 1.9 0.95 0 5) E xplanation and justification of the logical network design Covered all information in detail . Covered all information but not enough detail. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 4 6) L ogical network diagram (s) including addressing and naming Covered all information in detail . Covered all information but not enough detail. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 4 7) Discussion of r outing and switching protocols Covered all information in detail . Covered all information but not enough detail. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 4 8) Discussion of security mechanisms Covered all information in detail . Covered all information but not enough detail. One or two items missing. Three or four items missing. Not clear or most information missing. 4 Comments: Copy the presentation (Part A) mark here 12 Late submission penalty Plagiarism penalty Total 40