Integrative Network Design Project Part 2
Kudler Fine Foods Integrative Network Design Project: Part 2
Protocols for communication are a main factor when it comes to global communication. Protocols are comprised of guidelines for computer-to-computer communication by means of data transfer.
A protocols primary function is when a transfer of data from one machine to be received by another machine takes place on and interlinked network on the Internet or on an Intranet. Two protocols that are used to transmit data over a network are: Transfer Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP) each collaborates with each other to communicate and interlink over a network. Internet Service Providers (ISP) utilize these protocols to establish a communication link in an infrastructure like Frame Relay and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).
The WAN that has been designed for Kudler Fine Foods will be based on the Frame Relay protocol. The implementation of the Frame Relay protocol is cost conducive, and will suffice for the requirements for speed and effective digital data packet switching transmit. Once a fault is detected, the Frame Relay will drop the frame that contained the fault so that network traffic is not congested. Wi-Fi is an added essential protocol implemented into the design of Kudler Fine Foods WLAN infrastructure. The request for every satellite sites to be interlinked to the network utilizing wireless capable devices that will connect to 802.11b/g/n and 802.11a wireless technology.
Implementation of a dual-hub topology into the infrastructure will enable an expansion of services for any future sites and reduce volume of permanent virtual circuit (PVC) connections, which will assure the network to be fast and efficient. The dual-hub function allows one hub to serve as the primary connection location in the event that a data recovery is required due to natural...