BN202 Unit Title Internetworking Technologies Assessment

Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T1 2020
Unit Code BN202
Unit Title Internetworking Technologies
Assessment
Type
Type A: Individual submission and demonstration
Assessment
Title
Assignment 1 – Network requirement analysis and plan
Purpose of the
assessment
(with ULO
Mapping)
Main objective of this assignment is to enable student to understand networking
devices, gather requirements for a given business case study and plan a network
design.
After successful completion of this assignment, students should be able to:
b) Explain human factors in achieving business and technical goals through
planning and design.
c) Develop architectural internetworking design for the business and
application domains.
Weight Part A: 5% and Part B: 10%
Total Marks 65
Word limit NA
Due Date Part A Due Date 11:55PM 10th of April 2020 (Week 3)
Part B Due Date 11:55 PM 8
th of May 2020 (Week 7)
Submission
Guidelines
 All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a
completed Assignment Cover Page.
 The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body)
font and 2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section
headings.
 Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed
appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.
Extension  If an extension of time to submit work is required, a Special Consideration
Application must be submitted directly on AMS. You must submit this
application three working days prior to the due date of the assignment.
Further information is available at:
http://www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policiesprocedures-and-guidelines/specialconsiderationdeferment
Academic
Misconduct
 Academic Misconduct is a serious offence. Depending on the seriousness of
the case, penalties can vary from a written warning or zero marks to exclusion
from the course or rescinding the degree. Students should make themselves
familiar with the full policy and procedure available at:
http://www.mit.edu.au/about-mit/institute-publications/policiesprocedures-and-guidelines/Plagiarism-Academic-Misconduct-PolicyProcedure. For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity
Section in your Unit Description.
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Assignment 1 Description
Business case study: Network design proposal for CASE.
Description
CASE (Centre for Advances Studies in Engineering) runs the largest postgraduate program in Korea.
Its main campus sits on approximately four acres of land and serves over 400 students and 40
teachers. There are four departments (admin, HR, security, and Finance) in the Campus. The campus
has three buildings. Two building are used for student’s classes and one building is for Administration
having four departments. The administration building has four floors with each department on each
floor.
With students needing Internet access for their education, the campus needed to build a wired
network to give students more opportunities to access information online.
The university needs a comprehensive, technologically advanced Network solution that is cost
effective and allow for network monitoring for this campus. The solution had to be easy to deploy
and manage due to limited staff. The network need to cover the three main buildings. Client is also
requesting wireless internet access at all buildings because a powerful wireless network would also
allow staff, teachers and students to use their devices at campus. Moreover, the staff, students, and
teachers each needed separate login credentials, to allow them different levels of Internet access.
(You will need to demonstrate your assignment during laboratory class).
Write a report with the following contents
 Executive Summary
 Network Topology
 Project hardware requirements
o Name of the network device with manufacturer’s name, series, model and ports
o Network topology
o Type of the cables
o Name of the server, PC with specification such as operating system, RAM, hard disk
etc.
 Network Design in Cisco Packet Tracer
 Network device configurations
a. Switch configuration:
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o set hostname as your family name
o set system clock to 29th April 2020 5:00pm
o display the name of the file and version of IOS
o display the name of the interfaces
o display 6 IOS modes
b. Router configuration
o set hostname as your family name
o set system clock to 20th May 2020 4:45pm
o Set encrypted password for console access
o Configure the password for telnet access
o Demonstrate connectivity between different departments
Marking criteria:
Submission One (Part A) – 5%:
Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Executive Summary A technical and business summary to highlight your
design to meet the business requirements in the case
study.
3
Abstract Network
Design
Create a topology of the Network with all headings
and justifications
6
Project hardware
requirements
a. Name of the network device with
manufacturer’s name, series, model and ports
b. Type of the cables
c. Name of the server, PC with specification such
as operating system, RAM, hard disk etc.
6
Submission Two (The Final Report – Part B) – 10%:
Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Executive Summary Update your first submission by the lecturer’s
feedbacks from your submission one
3
Project hardware
requirements
Update your first submission by the lecturer’s
feedbacks from your submission one
a. Name of the network device with
manufacturer’s name, series, model and ports
b. Type of the cables
c. Name of the server, PC with specification such
as operating system, RAM, hard disk etc.
6
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Network Design a. Use Cisco packet Tracer to generate network
diagram.
(The design in cisco packet tracer must be
created using the feedback on the topology)
10
Network device
configurations –
Switch configuration
a. set hostname as your name
b. set system clock to 29th April 2020 5:00pm
c. display the name of the file and version of IOS
d. display the name of the interfaces
e. display 6 IOS modes
10
Network device
configurations –
Router configuration
a. set hostname as your family name
b. set system clock to 20th May 2020 4:45pm
c. Set encrypted password for console access
d. Configure the password for telnet access
e. Demonstrate connectivity between different
departments
10
Demonstration Demonstrate switch and router configuration in
week 7 laboratory class
6
Part A&B
Reference style
Follow IEEE reference style 2+3
Total 50

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Marking Rubric for Assignment #1: Total Marks 50
Grade
Mark
HD
40-50
DI
35-39
CR
30-34
P
25-29
Fail
<25
Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Part A:
Executive
Summary
Concise and
specific to the
project
Topics are
relevant and
soundly
analysed.
Generally
relevant and
analysed.
Some relevance
and briefly
presented.
This is not
relevant to the
assignment
topic.
Part A:
Abstract
Network Design
Concise and
specific to the
project
Generally
specific to
project
Adequate
relevance to
given project
Some relevance
to given project
Not relevant
Part A:
Project
hardware
requirements
Demonstrated
excellent ability
to think critically
and sourced
reference
material
appropriately
Demonstrated
excellent
ability to think
critically but
did not source
reference
material
appropriately
Demonstrated
ability to think
critically and
sourced
reference
material
appropriately
Demonstrated
ability to think
critically and did
not source
reference
material
appropriately
Did not
demonstrate
ability to think
critically and
did not source
reference
material
appropriately
Part B:
Network Design
in Cisco Packet
Tracer
Logic is clear and
easy to follow
with strong
arguments
Consistency
logical and
convincing
Mostly
consistent
logical and
convincing
Adequate
cohesion and
conviction
Argument is
confused and
disjointed
Part B:
Network device
configurations
– Switch
configuration
All 5 Commands
are clear with
results.
Most of
Commands are
clear with
results.
Some of
Commands are
clear with
results.
Only few
Commands are
clear with
results.
No command is
given.
Part B:
Network device
Configurations
– Router
configuration
All 5 Commands
are clear with
results..
Most of
Commands are
clear with
results.
Some of
Commands are
clear with
results.
Only few
Commands are
clear with
results.
No command is
given.
Part B:
Demonstration
Logic is clear and
easy to follow
with strong
arguments
Consistency
logical and
convincing
Mostly
consistent
logical and
convincing
Adequate
cohesion and
conviction
Argument is
confused and
disjointed
IEEE Reference
style
Clear styles with
excellent source
of references.
Clear
referencing
style
Generally good
Referencing
style
Sometimes
clear
referencing
style
Lacks
consistency
with many
errors