Mr. Widmer and Ms. Ochar's TCS Solution for Mountain ... - MCVSD

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Network Proposal for

Mountain Sky Elementary

Created by

Chris Widmer and Stacy Ochar



Objective / Requirements



Infrastructure



LAN / WAN network topology



Access Lists



Security



Cost



Advantages / Disadvantages



Implementation Time


Minimum Anticipated Network Life Span: 7
-
10
years


Design Considerations:


1000% LAN Growth


100% WAN Growth


host minimum access at 1 Mbps


server minimum access at 100 Mbps


Networking Protocol: Entirely TCP/IP


Class B Network subnetted


Security:


Access Lists
-

the School LANs’ only remote
access is through the District Office


Internet access via Frame Relay



double firewall on public backbone


Central Office is the Network Administrative Center


Horizontal Cable


minimum requirement is CAT5 UTP


accommodate 100 Mbps


comply with EIA/TIA 568 cabling standards


Two LAN Infrastructures


Student / Curriculum


Administrative


Centrally located MDF near POP


Requirements for each Classroom



4 CAT5 UTP drops



23 workstations with at least 1 Mbps
bandwidth



1 teacher station with at least 1 Mbps
bandwidth



Lockable cabinet



Servers



Enterprise Server



Library Services



Application Services
-

Microsoft Office, etc.



DNS / E
-
Mail



Directory
-

Staff and Students



Workgroup Servers (2)



Student / Curriculum



Administrative
-

grading, tracking, attendance

Mountain Sky


Single Mode Fiber



MDF


IDF

MOUNTAIN SKY



East Wing

MDF


100 Base T


Single Mode Fiber

MOUNTAIN SKY



West Wing (Option1)

IDF


100 Base T


Single Mode


Fiber

MOUNTAIN SKY



West Wing (Option 2)

IDF


100 Base T


Single Mode


Fiber


Raceway

MOUNTAIN SKY



Multi
-
purpose Building

IDF


100 Base T


Single Mode


Fiber



MOUNTAIN SKY



Multi
-
purpose Building

IDF


100 Base T


Single Mode


Fiber


Raceway


Repeater


Panduit Raceway


Instructor Drop

Service Provider Access


access
-
list 10 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


int s1


ip access
-
list 10 in


access
-
list 11 deny any


int s1


ip access
-
list 11

District Office Access (network # 150.96.1.0)


access
-
list 101 permit tcp 150.96.0.0 0.0.255.255


any eq dns


access
-
list 101 permit tcp 150.96.0.0 0.0.255.255

any eq smnp


access
-
list 101 permit tcp 150.96.0.0 0.0.255.255 any eq www


access
-
list 101 deny ip any any


int s0


ip access
-
list 101


access
-
list 20 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


int s0


ip access
-
list 20 in

Teacher Network (network # 150.96.12.0)

Static Address


access
-
list 3 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 3 permit 150.96.11.0 0.0.0.255


int e0


ip access
-
list 3 in

Student Network (network # 150.96.13.0)

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)


access
-
list 2 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 2 permit 150.96.12.0 0.0.0.255


int e1


ip access
-
list 2 in

Administrative Network (network # 150.96.11.0)

Static Address


access
-
list 1 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 1 permit 150.96.12.0 0.0.0.255


int e2


ip access
-
list 1 in

Enterprise Server (Host # 150.96.16.2)


access
-
list 5 permit 150.96.1.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 5 permit 150.96.11.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 5 permit 150.96.12.0 0.0.0.255


access
-
list 5 permit 150.96.13.0 0.0.0.255


int e3


ip access
-
list 5 in

Mountain Sky Elementary Router


Serial 0
port (to District Office) ip unnumbered to save on
subnet addresses


Serial 1

port (to Service Provider) ip unnumbered to save on
subnet addresses


Ethernet 0

port ip 150.96.12.1


Teacher Network Switch
ip 150.96.12.2


Teacher Workstations
assigned static ip address
within network 150.96.12.0

Mountain Sky Elementary Router Con’t.


Ethernet 1

port ip 150.96.13.1


Student Network Switch
ip 150.96.13.2


Student Workstations
assigned DHCP ip address within
network 150.96.13.0


Ethernet 2

port ip 150.96.11.1


Administration Network Switch
ip 150.96.11.2


Administration Workstations
assigned static ip address
within network 150.96.11.0


Ethernet 3

port ip 150.96.16.1


Enterprise Server
ip 150.96.13.2


Utilize access lists locally and globally


Double Firewall


Every administrative node gains access to network through
user passwords


Access to Internet, Administration LAN, and WAN requires
user password


Access outside LAN is through the District Office


Outside access to LAN prohibited through access lists



2 Routers (Cisco 7507)



$21,800



3 Servers





$43,726



6 Switches





$32,656



43 Hubs





$85,785



42,000’
-

Cat. 5 UTP




$3,149



450’
-

Single Mode Fiber Optic



$1,053



500’
-

Multi
-
mode Fiber Optic



$300



Equipment Racks





$1,228



38 Lockable Cabinets




$9,500





Raceway System





$7,662



Decorative Wire Molding & Outlets


$8,589



3 UPS






$2,409



4 Fiber to UTP converters




$2,995



Supplemental costs




$4,719















$225,571



INSTALLATION COSTS



Construction Costs





$20,000



Installation Costs (960 drops x $250

$240,000



Supplemental Installation Costs



$50,000


Computer Training




$50,000



Domain Name Server (per year)


$70



T
-
1 Line Installation Costs


$1,045



T
-
1 Line Service Cost per year


$6,264



















$367,379

TOTAL COSTS



Equipment Costs





$225,571


Installation Costs





$367,379

















$592,950




Disadvantages


Cost


Installation Time


Required Training


Student Workstations
-

Classroom Collision Domain

Advantages



Ease of Management through Fiber Optic and Raceways


Ease of Security through separate networks for teachers,
students, and administration and through Access Lists


Available Bandwidth increase with Fiber Optic backbone
(more reliable), separate LANs, and T1 Campus Backbone
(1.544 Mbps)

Advantages Con’t.



Hierarchical Design
-

Better Scalability, Predictability,
Manageability, Protocol Support, Ease of Implementation, and
Ease of Management


Central Office (Network Administration)
-

Standardization and
Ease of Implementation and Management


IP Protocol Addressing
-

Ease of Implementing for future
growth (IPv6)


Router allows for tremendous growth with LAN




Total Installation Timeline (6 Months)


Begin
-

March 1, 2000


Completion
-

September 1, 2000


5 Phases:


Installation of MDF
-

28 days


Installation of IDF
-
2
-

21 days


Installation of IDF
-
1
-

41 days


Troubleshoot system
-

15 days


Train Staff / Instructors
-

29 days