Need help with this problem???????????
by Domptia - 4/10/12 8:19 PM
My buddy gave me a problem to figure out and said I can't set it up and really well, he's right but I want to prove him wrong. I'm only a student right now and he's already in the work force and he's always so cocky and I want to show him up just once. Can you help me solve this problem he gave me so I can? Thanks
Mr. Banks is moving to a new office complex. Mr. Banks wants you to set up an internet presence. Each Desktop should have access to the internet. He does not want to hire a full time IT consultant so he wishes to find a company to host his website as well as email address for the business. He wants to replace all the inkjet printers with one network laser printer. He also wants you to set up wireless service to the clients in the waiting room with a separate subnet/server to keep his office files secure. The only equipment that can be brought from his old office is the computers which are stand-alone PC's.
Use the supplied floor plan to set all this up and determine how much wiring will be involved and determine the costs to wire the new business for telephone and network (one drop per desk per device) Use cat5 cabling. You cannot exceed the standard length when using the cat5 cabling(100 meters/little more then 300 feet) The wiring closet is to be housed the closet in the exam room beside the private kitchen. Don't forget to identify all the drops and list the links you got your cost information from. Do not change the drawing.
Here is the floor plan: http://www.flickr.com/photos/justbobby2012/7066489941/
You don't have to help so don't be rude, I'm just stuck, have nobody else to ask and need some help. Thanks