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									Network Proposal
  For The Peanut
  Gallery by Robinson
  Technologies
The Peanut Gallery
The Peanut Gallery is a progressive
  pre-school which currently lacks a
  computer network.
Providing this computer network will
  enhance services to students by
  allowing Internet learning
  technologies as well as educational
  software.
The Peanut Gallery
The Peanut Gallery is looking to
 expand their services and
 opportunities.
The Peanut Gallery was chosen to
 fulfill a critical need for pre-schools
 to provide enhanced learning
 technologies and computer
 education.
Introduction
 Provide Access To On-Line Libraries
 Provide Access To Educational Sites
 Provide Access To Games And
  Activities
 Create Environment For Purchased
  Learning Software
 Provide Computer Education To
  Students
Requirements
   Network Must Allow For 10 Student
    Workstations
   Network Must Provide Workstation To
    Workstation Access Within 20 Milliseconds
   Internet Access Must Be Greater Than
    56KB
   LAN OS Must Run 32-Bit Learning
    Applications
   Internet Web Sites Must Be Accessible
   Protection From Intrusion From The
    Internet Must Be Provided
Recommended Network
Infrastructure
   Network Topology
     Category 5 Cabling (Expansion) With
      RJ45 Connectors
     24 – Port Data Hub (Limited Expansion)

   Ethernet LAN Software
       CSMA/CD (Collision Detection)
   Ethernet 100MB LAN Adapters With
    RJ45 Port
Network File Server
   Compaq DL380 Server
     Dual 1.4 GHZ Processors – 2MB Cache
     1 GB RAM

     4 36GB Drives

     Windows 2000 Server

     Office 2000
Workstations
   eMachines T4060
     2.0GHz Processor
     256MB RAM

     60GB Hard Drive

     DVD-ROM and CD-RW

     Integrated 10/100 Ethernet Card

     Windows XP Home Edition
Printer
   HP LaserJet Printer/Copier/Scanner
    3300
     15PPM in Black
     1200 X 1200 DPI Resolution

     All-In-One
Costs
 Workstations – 10 X $649
 Server – 1 X $7500
 Windows 2000 Server – 1 X $750
 eMachines eView 17” Monitor 11 X
  $209
 Printer - $499
 HP Jetdirect print server – 1 X $149
Costs (Continued)
   Linksys EF2H24 Etherfast 11 10/100 24-
    port Auto-Sensing Hub – 1 X $249
   FastCat5 Patch Cable 25 Ft. w/RJ45
    Connectors – 15 X $40
   Norton Systemworks 2003 – 11 X $70
   Norton Internet Security 2002 – 1 X $70
   DSL Subscription - $50/Month
   Additional Ethernet 10/100 LAN Adapter –
    1 X $80
   DSL Modem - $200
Cost Summary
   $20,000 Hardware and Software
   Labor – 15% = $3,000
   Tax – 7.25% = $1,450
   Contingency – 10% = $2,000
   Hardware and Software Maintenance 2
    yrs. = $1,500

   Total Project Cost$27,950
   + $50/month DSL service
Timeline
   Approve Project – 12/20/2002
   Order & Receive Equipment – 1/31/2003
   Install Hardware – 2/28/2003
   Configure O/S – 3/07/2003
   Test Network and Applications –
    3/31/2003
   User and Admin Training – 4/15/2003
   Turn System Over For Support –
    4/30/2003
Test Plan
 List Other Network Nodes
 Copy File Between Network Nodes
 Connect To File Server
 Open www.Microsoft.com
 Copy File to Server
 Log Into Network Domain
 Reboot Network Nodes

								
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