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How would you draw this using Visio? Help Please? | T1 Line

How would you draw this using Visio? Help Please?

You will be designing the new West County LAN for Busicorp.
The details are as follows:

Thirty initial clients evenly spread between two subnets with planned growth to 30 or more in each.

Two subnets (192.168.21.0 and 192.168.22.0) connected to a 100-Mbps backbone (192.168.5.0).

Remote clients will connect through a VPN connection over the Internet.

A cable modem will provide Internet connectivity for client computers.

You want to deploy a WAP/router with one public-side connector for a second cable modem and four private-side connectors on LAN 192.168.21.0. It supports client network address translation and has a built-in firewall.
The two backbones will be connected via a T1. However, you are not responsible for the wide area connection or any of its related hardware. That will be handled separately by a different design group.

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Tags: 100 mbps, 192, backbone, backbones, cable modem, client computers, design group, different design, Internet Connectivity, network address translation, private side, router, subnets, t1, vpn connection

One Response to “How would you draw this using Visio? Help Please?”


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    johncaulfield100 says:

    in Visio 2007 there is a template in the Network group called a detailed Network Diagram which has all the Components you will need

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