317 Legacy Network Documentation

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Johnson and Wales University

317 Legacy Network
Documentation

By Ethan Arberman and Andrew Becklo


Special thanks to Dr. Tom Calabrese,

J
im
Sheusi,
Mike Gendron,

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Table of Contents

Introduction

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3Com Super Stack II Hub 10 24
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Management:

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Network Connections:

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Hayes Smart Modem 2400

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Overview

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Product Features

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Technical De
tails

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APC AP9225 Master Switch Plus

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Features of Master Switch Plus

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3Com Super Ethernet Power Source

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3Com Super Stack II Switch 3300

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About the SuperStack II Switch 3300
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Summary of Features

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Specifications
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Power consumption <30 Watts

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HP NetServer LH 4

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Manufacturer description

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Works Cited

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Introduction


Dr. Calabrese came to us with a vision a legacy network that would be available to all
technology students to go and look and get an ide
a of what a rack would like with things in it as
well as looking at old technology that is not used anymore but without it we would not be where
we are today.

We set up the racks as thought they would be being used by a company with all of the lighter
thin
gs on the top and the heaver things on the bottom. This documents perpus is twofold one is to
tell you what this is but the other is to be a guide line for how to do documentation for a network
in this case the network is not operational but we are still a
ble to make documentation that makes
sense for this kind of network using
different

tools such as Microsoft Vis
i
o as well as Microsoft
word.
















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Cisco 2500 Router

System Specifications

The system specifications of the routers are listed in
Table

1
-
2
.

Table

1
-
2 System Specifications



Description

Specification

Dimensions (H x W x
D)

1.75 x 17.5 x 10.56 in. (4.44

x

44.45

x

26.82

cm),

one rack unit

Weight

10 lb (4.5 kg)

Input voltage, AC
power supply

Current

Frequency

Power dissipation

100 to 240 VAC

1.2 to 0.6A

50/60 Hz

40W (maximum), 135.5 Btus
1

/hr

Input voltage, DC
power supply

Current

Power dissipation

40W, 40 to 72 VDC

1.5 to 1.0A

40W (maximum), 135.5 Btus/hr

Processor

20
-
MHz Motorola 68EC030

Interfaces

See for a list of interfaces supported on each router
model.


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temperature

Operating humidity

5 to 95%, noncondensing

Noise level

34 dBa @ 3 ft (0.914 m)

Regulatory
compliance

FCC Class A and Canadian DOC Class

A

For more regulatory information, refer to the
document that accompanied your router.





Netgear managed stackable switch FSM726S

High Port Density with L
a
y
e
r 2 M
a
nag
ement

Flexibility

NETGEAR’s non
-
blocking FSM726S is a Layer 2 managed switch that’s intuitive enough for
new users but powerful enough for experienced professionals. With the utility of 24 10/100
ports, two rear stacking ports, and two Gigabit
Ethernet ports


using either built
-
in copper or
GBIC

slots


small and growing business networks can accommodate as many as 250 users and
utilize up to 12 Gigabit Ethernet ports. Built
-
in stacking ports provide simple, cost
-
effective
stacking

no optional

modules required. The FSM726S stacks up to six units, and comes with
the stacking cable. The versatile FSM726S offers two management interface options: an easy
-
to
-
use, browser based interface and a command line interface. Easy to buy, set up and use, the
FSM726S is a

compelling value. Ideal for a growing office that
wants superior performance with
options for expansion and gigabit

connections. Can be combi
ned with additional FSM726S and
FSM750S switches using dedicated

stacking ports. This no
n
-
blocking swi
tch provides high
performance data transfer via 24 10/100 ports, two built
-
infront gigabit uplinks, and two rear
stacking ports that you can use to stack up to 144 ports and 12gigabit ports.

Meet your
management needs with SNMP, RMON, DHCP, and BootP. Adva
nced features include

VLAN,
DiffServ traffic prioritization 802.1p (QoS), RADIUS, 802.1x, port trucking, Spanning Tree

,and
port mirroring.

Use and stack the FSM726S as an unmanaged switch


you can save the
management features until

you're ready to use
them. All ports are auto
-
negotiating and support
Auto Uplink™ technology.

The FSM726S comes packaged with stacking ports, gigabit uplinks,
a stacking cable and a rack mounting


Network Protocol and Standards Compatibility:

-

IEEE 802.3i 10BASE
-
T

-

IEEE
802.3u 100BASE
-
TX

-

IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE
-
T

-

IEEE 802.3x Flow Control

• LEDs:

6


-

Per port (10/100 and Gigabit):
Link, Speed,

Duplex, Activity, Collision

-

Per device:
Power, Stack In, Stack Out, Master

• Physical Interfaces:

-

24 RJ
-
45 connector for 10BASE
-
T and 100BASETX

(Auto Uplink™ on all ports)

-

Two RJ
-
45 connectors for 10BASE
-
T, 100BASETX,

and 1000BASE
-
T (Auto Uplink on all ports)

-

Two Gigiabit Interface Converter (GBIC) slots for

GBIC modules

-

RS
-
232 Console Port

-

Rear Stacking Connectors

• Perfo
rmance Specifications:

-

Forwarding modes:
Store
-
and
-
forward

-

Bandwidth:
12.8 Gbps (non
-
blocking)

-

Packet forwarding:
9.5 Mpps

-

Network latency:
< 80 μs for 64
-
byte frames (100

Mbps to 100 Mbps)

-

Packet buffer memory:
1.2 MB

-

Addressing:
48
-
bit MAC ad
dress

-

Address database size:
8,000 media access control

(MAC) addresses per system

-

Acoustic noise:
(ANSI
-
S10.12) 48 dB

-

Heat dissipation:
18.99 BTU/hr

-

MeanTime Between Failure (MTBF):
58,300

(~6.5 years)

• Management Specifications:

-

IEEE 802.1x
Standard for Port Based Network

Access Control*

-

IEEE 802.1Q Static VLAN (Up to 64)

-

IEEE 802.1p Class of Service (CoS)

-

IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol

-

Port Trunking
-

Manual as per IEEE802.3ad

Link Aggregation

-

IGMP Snooping Support

-

Port Mirro
ring Support

-

RFC 1157 SNMP

-

RFC 1757 RMON groups 1, 2, 3, and 9

-

RFC 1213 MIB II

-

RFC 1643 Ethernet Interface MIB

-

RFC 1493 Bridge MIB

-

RFC 951 BootP

-

RFC 2131 DHCP

-

RFC 2998 DiffServ

-

RFC 2865 RADIUS

-

Private Enterprise MIB

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• User Interfaces:

-

Command Menu Interface via console port

-
Web
-
based management via embedded HTTP server

-

Telnet remote login

• Electrical Specifications:

-

Power consumption: 36W maximum

-

Voltage: 100
-

127/200
-

240 VAC, 50
-
60 Hz

• Physical Specifications:

-

Dimensions:
440 x 205 x 43 mm (17.3" x 8.1" x 1.6")

-
Weight:
3.2 kg (7.0 lbs)

• Environmental Specifications:

-

Operating temperature:
0° to 40°C (32° to 104° F)

-

Storage temperature:
-
20° to 70°C (
-
4° to 158° F)

-

Operating humidity:
90% maximum relative

humidity, noncondensing

-

Storage humidity:
95% maximum relative humidity,

noncondensing

-

Operating altitude:
3,000 m (10,000 ft) maximum

-

Storage altitude: 3,000 m (10,000 ft) maximum















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3Com Super Stack II Switch 3300

About the SuperStack

II Switch 3300


The SuperStack
®
II Switch 3300 connects your existing 10Mbps devices,

connects high
-
performance workgroups with a 100Mbps backbone or

server connection, and connects power users to dedicated 100Mbps

ports


all in one switch. In addition,
as part of the 3Com SuperStack II

range of products, you can combine it with any SuperStack II system as

your network grows.


Summary of Features



The Switch has the following hardware features:

n
12 or 24 Fast Ethernet auto
-
negotiating
10BASE
-
T/100BASE
-
TX ports

n
Matrix port for connecting units in the Switch 1100/3300 family to

form a stack:

n
Connect two units back
-
to
-
back using a single Matrix Cable

n
Connect up to four units using Matrix Cables linked to a Matrix

Module

n
Slot for an

Expansion Module

n
SuperStack II architecture

n
Connects to Redundant Power System / Uninterruptible Power

System

n
19
-
inch rack or stand
-
alone mounting

Expanding the award
-
winning Super
-
Stack II 1100/3300 switch

platform, the SuperStack II
Switch

3300 FX

meets the needs of government

and financial institutions that

require the
security and redundancy of

fiber cabling support. The switch features

eight multimode fiber
switched

Fast Ethernet ports and two autosensing

10/100BASE
-
TX Fast Ethernet

ports. A tru
ly
stackable solution, up to

four SuperStack II Switch 3300 FX

units or a mixture of SuperStack II

Switch 3300 FX and SuperStack Switch

1100 or 3300 units can be stacked

together using the
SuperStack II matrix

module and matrix cable to create a

single, ma
nageable, high
-
density fiber

aggregation or desktop solution. Managing

the entire stack as one system

alleviates network
management complexity

and reduces overhead

administrative costs. Built
-
in fault tolerant

features for mission
-
critical

environments inc
lude resilient links,

spanning tree support, and the
Super
-

Stack II advanced redundant and

uninterruptible power systems; while

support for up to
12,000 MAC

addresses makes this an ideal switch for

large, demanding LAN environments.

Matrix module delivers 4 x 1 Gbps

bandwidth within the switch stack,

eliminating traffic
bottlenecks; the

entire stack can be managed as a

single entity, and downlink resources

can be
easily shared

a
n
d

Support for IEEE 802.1Q standardsbased

VLANs and 802.1
D

(incorporating
802.1p prioritization)

brings enhanced multimedia support

and improved data throughput Fast IP
and IGMP snooping provide

Layer 3 capabilities, increasing

performance of routed networks and

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improving delivery of multimedia

applications
I
ntel
ligent Flow Management (IFM)

and 802.3x
congestion control

features help avoid packet loss and

performance under heavy load

conditions

Web
-
based management provides

access to management and configuration

functions from
anywhere on the

network simplifying m
anagement

tasks and reducing in
-
service costs


Hubbell Category 5 Patch Panel

Category 5 panel ideal for terminating and managing residential networks, phone, and home
automation systems in a rack. A full series of pre
-
printed identification products are a
vailable as well as
Hubbell Labeling Software and laser printable sheets for generating custom port labels.

Features:



Increased headroom to deliver a cost effective cross connect in a Category 5e channel solution
to support Gigabit Ethernet when used with

approved Category 5e or Category 6 cable



Universal wiring: panels are supplied with labeling for T568B wiring, but can be easily converted
to T568A with a simple change of a supplied label



In
-
line paired punch
-
down sequence and increased space between IDC
's simplifies lacing,
termination, and cable routing



Optional cable management/strain relief products clip to the rear of panel or attach to rack
flange



Meets and exceeds component performance requirements of Category 5 TIA/EIA
-
568
-
A
standards to support 1
0/100BASE
-
T applications



Verified error
-
free Gigabit Ethernet proof of performance to IEEE 802.ab



High
-
performance copper alloy contacts, 50 micro
-
inch gold plating to FCC 47 Part 68.5



UL and cUL Listed



Complies with ISO/IEC 11801 and CENELEC EN 50173 comp
liant (class D, 2nd Edition)



Conforms to FCC Part 68.5



Replaces MCC5803110A19E & MCC5803110I19E



SMC HUB TigerStack 3312TC


Product Description:



SMC 12port SMC TigerStack 3312TC 10MB HUB



12
-

RJ45 10MB



1
-

AUI



1
-

BNC



Dual Voltage


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Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series



PRODUCT OVERVIEW

The Cisco Catalyst
®

3550 Series Intelligent Ethernet Switches is a line of enterprise
-
class,
stackable, multilayer switches that provide high availability, security and quality of service
(QoS
) to enhance the operation of the network. With a range of Fast Ethernet and Gigabit
Ethernet configurations, the Catalyst 3550 Series can serve as both a powerful access layer
switch for medium enterprise wiring closets and as a backbone switch for small
networks.
Customers can deploy network
-
wide intelligent services, such as advanced QoS, rate
-
limiting,
Cisco security access control lists, multicast management, and high
-
performance IP routing
-
while maintaining the simplicity of traditional local area net
work (LAN) switching. Embedded in
the Catalyst 3550 Series is the Cisco Cluster Management Suite (CMS) Software, which allows
users to simultaneously configure and troubleshoot multiple Catalyst desktop switches using a
standard Web browser. Cisco CMS Soft
ware provides new configuration wizards that greatly
simplify the implementation of converged networks and intelligent network services.

The Catalyst 3550
-
24 PWR switch can provide a lower total cost of ownership for deployments
that incorporate Cisco IP p
hones and/or Cisco Aironet wireless LAN access points. With up to
15 Watts of integrated inline power on every 10/100 port, the switch provides maximum device
support and eases new technology deployments by eliminating the need for wall power to each
IP ph
one or wireless LAN access point. Additionally, delivering power via the Catalyst 3550
-
24
PWR switch eliminates the cost for additional electrical cabling that would otherwise be
necessary in wireless LAN and IP phone deployments. Maximum power availabilit
y for a
converged voice and data network is attainable when a Catalyst 3550 Switch is combined with
the Cisco Redundant Power System 675 (RPS 675) for seamless protection against internal
power supply failures and an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) syst
em to safeguard against
power outages.

The Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series Intelligent Ethernet Switches include the following
configurations:


Catalyst 3550
-
24 Switch
-
24 10/100 ports and two Gigabit Interface Converter (GBIC)
-
based
Gigabit Ethernet ports; 1 r
ack unit (RU)


Catalyst 3550
-
24 PWR Switch
-
24 10/100 ports with integrated inline power and two GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet ports; 1 RU

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Catalyst 3550
-
24
-
DC Switch
-
24 10/100 ports and two GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet ports; 1
RU; DC
-
powered


Catalyst 355
0
-
24
-
FX Switch
-
24 100FX ports and two GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet ports; 1
RU


Catalyst 3550
-
48 Switch
-
48 10/100 ports and two GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet ports; 1 RU


Catalyst 3550
-
12G Switch
-
10 GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet ports and two
10/100/1000BASE
-
T ports; 1.5 RU


Catalyst 3550
-
12T Switch
-
10 10/100/1000BASE
-
T ports and two GBIC
-
based Gigabit
Ethernet ports; 1.5 RU

The built
-
in Gigabit Ethernet ports accommodate a range of GBIC transceivers, including the
Cisco GigaStack
®

GBIC, 1000BASE
-
T, 1000BASE
-
SX, 1000BASE
-
LX/LH, 1000BASE
-
ZX
and CWDM GBICs. The dual GBIC
-
based Gigabit Ethernet implementation on the Fast Ethernet
configurations provides customers tremendous deployment flexibility
-
allowing customers to
implement one type of stacking and uplink con
figuration today, while preserving the option to
migrate that configuration in the future. High levels of stack resiliency can also be implemented
by deploying dual redundant Gigabit Ethernet uplinks, a redundant GigaStack GBIC loopback
cable, UplinkFast a
nd CrossStack UplinkFast technologies for high
-
speed uplink and stack
interconnection failover, and Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) for uplink load balancing.
This

Gigabit Ethernet flexibility makes the Catalyst 3550 switches an ideal LAN edge
compleme
nt to the Cisco Catalyst 6500 family of Gigabit Ethernet optimized core LAN
switches.

Included with the Catalyst 3550
-
24, 3550
-
24 PWR, 3550
-
24
-
DC, 3550
-
24
-
FX and 3550
-
48 are
the Standard Multilayer Software Image (SMI) or the Enhanced Multilayer Software I
mage
(EMI). The SMI feature set includes advanced QoS, rate
-
limiting, access control lists (ACLs),
and basic static and routed information protocol (RIP) routing functionality. The EMI provides a
richer set of enterprise
-
class features including advanced h
ardware
-
based IP unicast and
multicast routing and the Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP). After initial
deployment, the EMI Upgrade Kit gives users the flexibility to upgrade to the EMI. The Catalyst
3550
-
12T and 3550
-
12G are only available with the
EMI.











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Works Cited

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/2500/2501/software/user/guide/ovr.html

http://kbserver.netgear.com/datasheets/FSM726S_datasheetPCProAward_072503.pdf


http://www.twacomm.co
m/catalog/model_P524UE.htm


http://na.smc.com/products/

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps646/product_data_sheet09186a0080
0913d7.html