Unit Title Overview of Internetworking

Prepared by: Dr Noor u Zaman Laghari Moderated by: Dr Saeid Iranmanesh March, 2020
T1 2020 Assignment 1 Details and Submission Guidelines
Unit Code
MN503
Unit Title
Overview of Internetworking
Assessment Type
Individual
Assessment Title
Network requirement analysis and plan
Purpose of the assessment (with ULO Mapping)
This assignment is designed to assess students’ knowledge and skills related to the following learning outcomes:
b. Explain human factors in achieving business and technical goals through planning and design.
c. Investigate and develop an architectural internetworking design for the business and application domains.
Weight
Part A: 3%
Part B: 7%
10% of the total assessments
Total Marks
100
Word limit
PARTA: Around 700
PARTB: Around 1300
Due Date
PART A: T1, 2020 Week 3, 7th April 2020, 11:55 p.m. – submit a report on Moodle
T1,PART B: T1, 2020 Week 7, 5th May 2020, 11:55 p.m. – submit a report on Moodle
Submission Guidelines
All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a Title Page.
The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and 2.54 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 before the due date of the assignment. Further information is available at:
http://www.mit.edu.au/about-us/governance/institute-rules-policies-and-plans/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/assessment-policy
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/policies-procedures-and-guidelines/Plagiarism-Academic-Misconduct-Policy-Procedure. For further information, please refer to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description.
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Assignment 1 Overview of Internetworking MN503
A case study entitled “SUPPORTING A WIRELESS CAMPUS AND EDUCATION MISSION” is uploaded with the assignment 1 folder, and the link for the case study is provided in the appendix.
Founded by King Henry VI in 1440, Eton College has been one of the leading independent schools in the U.K. throughout its history. No stranger to innovation, Eton is always looking forward to anticipate new learning demands. As Eton has moved from a completely wired network environment to primarily wireless connectivity, it relies on RivaNET and its Ruckus solutions to keep it at the forefront of education.
REQUIREMENTS
 Deliver reliable wireless coverage in a variety of challenging environments
 Increase network capacity to support new cloud applications
 Enable students to use multiple devices on campus
 Support online and physical security measures
While designing the wired and the wireless network for Eton college campus, please consider Eton College has the 400 Buildings, with all the major facilities and systems, including school-provided desktop computers, laptops, and audio-visual equipment which are connected over the core network. In the past three years, students have increasingly arrived at Eton with multiple devices, such as, at least a laptop, tablet, and smartphone, and they expect a robust wireless network. However, delivering high-quality Wi-Fi across many different environments on campus is challenging. Students and teaching staff need reliable connections in the boarding houses, because each boy has his own room, the number of rooms, walls, and doors make it difficult to deliver uniformly good coverage and high capacity.
Based on your comprehension of the case study analyse the scenario and simulate the the proposed wired and wireless network solution for ETON COLEGE in CISCO packet tracer. The report on the proposed design must have the following contents.
 Introduction
 Project scope
 Challenges and constraints
 User-centric design concept
 Approach adopted for the network design
 Analysis of project hardware requirements
 Analysis of the network design
 Results
 Limitations and further design
 Conclusion
 Demonstration of the simulation model in CISCO packet tracer
 IEEE referencing style
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Marking criteria:
Example of marking criteria is shown in the following table. Marks are allocated as follows:
Section needs to be included in the report
Description of the section
Marks
P A R T – A
Introduction
Introduction of the project and overview of the report
5
Project Scope
Outline of the project requirements discussing the overall Scope and boundaries of the project
5
Challenges
Identify at least 3 challenges of the case study that needs to be addressed
5
User centric design concept
The user centric design approach used in the case study and the additional improvements in terms of the user centric design
5
Approach adopted for the Network Design
Explain what design approach you are going to choose and why. Further explain main steps involved in this approach in context of the project
5
References
Follow IEEE style referencing
5
Sub Total
30
P A R T – B
Feedback
This section should include a snapshot of feedback (from Moodle) provided for the part A. Also include a summary of the actions taken by you to address the comments.
5
Project hardware requirements and analyses
 Name of the devices with manufacturer’s name, series, model, features and ports
 Types of cables or connections
 Name of the servers, Hosts (PCs, laptops, smartphones etc.)
10
Approach and model adopted for Network design
Network design using a simulator software
Justification of the approach and the concept
(Execution of the simulation model is not required in this assignment)
15
Outcomes
Identify at least 4 outcomes of the network
5
Limitations and further development
Identify and 2 limitation of the project and your suggestion/s for future
5
Conclusions
Write a clear conclusion of the case study
5
Reference style
Follow IEEE style referencing
5
Demonstration
Demonstration of your network design (Week 6 and 7)
20
Sub Total
70
Total
100
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Demonstration (20 Marks)
Demonstration of your network design will be required in week-6 and week-7 lab with the following in focus (the day of your demonstration would be decided by your tutor).
1
Detail network design in a simulation software
12
2
List of equipment
3
3
Configurations and settings
3
4
Justification of the design
2
Total
20
Example Marking Rubric for Assignment #: Total Marks 50
Grades
Excellent >80%
Very Good [70%-80%)
Good [60%-70%)
Satisfactory [50%-60%)
Unsatisfactory < 50%
Introduction
All the points are pertinent and covered in brief and provide good summary of the literature and activity performed in the assessment.
Mostly points are pertinent and covered in brief and provide good summary of the literature and activity performed in the assessment.
Many points are pertinent and covered in brief and provide summary of the literature and activity performed in the assessment.
Few point are pertinent and covered in brief and provide outline of the literature and activity performed in the assessment.
Many points are not pertinent and not clear and summary is not provided for the activity.
Project Scope
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
Challenges and constraints
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
User centric design concept
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
Approach and model adopted for the network design
Concise and specific to the project
Mostly relevant and suggesting a good actionable approach
Generally relevant and suggesting a fair actionable approach
Some relevance and briefly presented
Not relevant and not correct
Feedback
A part A feedback snapshot is attached from the Moodle link and all the issues are appropriately addressed in the second part.
A snapshot is attached from the Moodle link and the issues are mainly addressed in the second part.
A snapshot is attached from the Moodle link and the issues are fairly addressed in the second part (B).
A snapshot is attached from the Moodle link and the issues are addressed to some extent the second part.
A snapshot not is attached from the Moodle and improvements ae not made.
Project hardware requirements/analyses
Demonstrated excellent ability to think critically and sourced reference materials appropriately
Demonstrated excellent ability to think critically and but did not sourced reference materials appropriately
Demonstrated ability to think critically and sourced reference materials appropriately
Demonstrated ability to think critically and but did not sourced reference materials appropriately
Did not demonstrated ability to think critically and but did not sourced reference materials appropriately
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Network Design
Excellent Consistency and convincing
Good Consistency and convincing
Good Consistency and but poorly convincing
Good Consistency and but not convincing
No Consistency and not convincing
Outcomes
All elements are present and very well integrated
Components with good cohesion
Components presented are mostly well integrated
Most components are present
Not adequately presented
Limitations
All elements are present and very integrated
Components with good cohesion
Components with fair cohesion
Components with poor cohesion
Components with no cohesion
Conclusions
All elements are present and very integrated
Components with good cohesion
Components presented are mostly well integrated
Most components are present
Components presented very loosely
Demonstrations
Logic is clear and easy to follow with strong arguments
Consistent logic and convincing
Mostly consistent logic and convincing
Adequate logic and convincing
Confused and not convincing
IEEE reference style
Clearly and completely followed IEEE style for citation (within) and references (at the end of) the document, number of citation is not accounted for.
Minor in-corrections but followed IEEE style for citation (within) and references (at the end of) the document, number of citation is not accounted for.
Some in- corrections but followed IEEE style for citation (within) and references (at the end of) the document, number of citation is not accounted for
Many in- corrections and not followed IEEE style for citation (within) and references (at the end of) the document, number of citation is not accounted for
No Referencing/ citation present at all
Appendix:
Case study source: https://www.commscope.com/globalassets/digizuite/376-206-cs-eton-college.pdf [accessed 01 APril 2020].


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