Diagram Current Local Campus Network in SIM Part I

This is going to be a four part assignment.  All in need done right now is what’s typed in green below.  I you want to commit for the entire assignment let me know otherwise just do the first part here.


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The South Dakota Campus with its 45 full-time employees has recently increased its enrollment to 1500 students per night. The increase in student population has had a significant slowdown in the network connectivity in the classroom. Reports have stated that it can take up to twenty minutes, sometimes longer, to get connected to the online classroom or to get to the Internet. The campus is using a Cisco 3500 Router and the access point in each classroom is wired to a Cisco switch.


Your team has been tasked to determine the root cause of this problem. The analysis should begin by taking a holistic view of the network diagram to understand the topology. Then, progress through the OSI model to find the problem. Also, look for potential choke points that could cause a significant network slowdown. After locating the potential cause of the problem, design a network with the proposed solution. This is the overview of the team project in this class. For this week’s assignment  you will create a diagram of the existing network which you will then make needed changes to in future team assignments.

Develop a diagram in Microsoft® Visio®, Word, or PowerPoint® based on the description provided above of the current South Dakota network. Assumptions can be made in order to complete the diagram. The finished diagram should include the following:


  • Routers & Switches
  • Wireless Access points
  • Potential choke points
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