Networks 621 Essay

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FACULTY OF MEDIA, INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (2 YEAR) NETWORKS 621 1ST SEMESTER ASSIGNMENT
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(20) Describe the three most common implementations of IEEE 802.11 wireless standard. For each of the standard include the following: (15) 1.2.1 Bandwidth 1.2.2 Frequency range 1.2.3 Modulation technology used [30 MARKS]

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QUESTION THREE

In this portion of Troubleshooting Lab A, you are the network administrator for City Power & Light (www.cpandl.com). City Power & Light has five different locations named Central, Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, and Southeast. The Central location has 500 client computers and two network servers. Each of the Northwest and Northeast locations has approximately 75 client computers and one server computer. Each of the Southwest and Southeast locations has 100 client computers and one network server. Figure 1 illustrates the company's network infrastructure.

Figure 1 City Power & Light network infrastructure S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, and S6 are servers on the City Power & Light network. All of these servers run Windows Server 2008, Standard Edition. All client computers run Windows XP Professional. All computers are configured in a single workgroup named WORKGROUP. Andy Ruth, director of City Power & Light, asks you to design an Active Directory infrastructure for the company. He wants everyone to have single sign-on capabilities to every server in the network. He tells you that all users use the same applications and have

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