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    Goal The purpose of this lab is to establish a base environment to simulate that of an enterprise. Specifically we will be setting up at minimum four Virtual Machines using RIT’s RLES vCloud resource. Each one of the VMs created will serve a purpose in laying the foundation for future lab work. The first VM will serve as a router, bridging the newly formed virtual LAN to the network connected to the rest of the world. In my case I chose to use PFSense based on its simple configuration. Next I deployed

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    The Distinctions Between Screened Host, Screened Subnet and DMZ Perimeter Security Architectures Screen Host: The screened host firewall s a more flexible firewall than the dual-homed gateway firewall, however the flexibility is achieved with some cost to security. The screened host firewall is often appropriate for sites that need more flexibility than that provided by the dual-homed gateway firewall. The screened host firewall combines a packet-filtering router with an application gateway

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    IPv4 The purpose of this paper is to present a proposal to implement Internet Protocol version four (IPv4) also known as Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) structure as our primary means of communication within our network infrastructure. We are currently using a legacy mainframe system that limits are current means of network connectivity with other evolving network systems and it is in our best interest that we look into the future as well as keep up with changing times as

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    Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) Any information presented about IP version 6 (IPv6) will not be complete without talking about IP version 4 (IPv4), its predecessor. For completeness, a brief introduction of IPv4 will be made. In the networking of computers and devices, the Internet Protocol (IP) plays a very important role. The IP, found at the internet layer of the Department of Defence (DoD) model provides the means for the devices to communicate using logical addresses called IP addresses.

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    Network Design

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    Network Design Network Design is very important when it comes to implementing a connection between a computer and a server. According to Network world Websites, Network is defined as a “connected collection or devices and end systems, such as computers and servers, that can communicate with each other”(McQuerry). Network carry data in many types of environment, such as homes, small businesses, and large enterprises. Network Locations Is one of the major factors. There are different types and locations

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    IP Proposal Çıflıklı, & Özşahın wrote “Nowadays, the IPv6 protocol is in a transition phase in operational networks. The ratio of its traffic volume is increasing day by day.” (p.727) The IPv4 address pool officially ran out January 31, 2011. While no one can provide an exact date for when the world will have officially exhausted its IPv4 addresses, it is inevitable, and it is close. (ip4depletion) With the world now migrating from IPv4 to IPv6, now is the best time to begin migrating Sample Company

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    Functions Of Routers

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    Angel Santizo Routers A router is a device used to connect two or more networks and move data between them. Routers work at the network layer of the OSI model. Routers are mainly used to connect networks and keep traffic between them under control. Companies that make routers include: Belkin, Cisco and Linksys. How do they Work? It’s a very complicated process how a router works. The simplest example would be a home network. When the router turns on it loads into its operating system. The router

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    QUES 1. A router has the following CIDR entries in the routing table: Address/Mask Next Hop 135.46.56.0/22 Interface 0 135.46.60.0/22 Interface 1 192.53.40.0/23 Router 1 Default Router 2 For each of the following IP addresses, what does the router do if a packet with that address arrive? 1. 135.46.63.10 Ans: The router will check the routing entry starting with the longest prefix (/23), 192.53.40.0/23. /23 mean network address is 23 bit and the corresponding network mask is 255.255.255.0. 135.45

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    Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), being a dynamic routing protocol, exchanges routes between BGP neighbors, which is sometimes called “peers”. The main aim behind the creation of this protocol was to expand and replace Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP). Occasionally, BGP is described as a reachability protocol rather than a routing protocol. BGP is a Path Vector Protocol (PVP), which aims at maintaining paths to different hosts, networks and gateway routers and determines the routing decision based on

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    Local Area Network

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    1.4 Project Scope For this project scope, all the staff of Airod will be allow to use this Local Area Network. As in one organization they are consists of 4 departments, all of department are connected with each other and also have their own limitation access. This project is created in order to develop a secure LAN architecture for this organization in which is to make them easy to communicate and sharing resource between them. As what I have observed in this organization, they are still use a conventional

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