Create a Network Design Proposal Part 2 meeting the following requirements:

Instructions

  1. Develop a proposal to design a network infrastructure based on business needs
  2. Follow proper procedures and protocols in completing IT-related tasks

You have been hired as part of the networking team. After completing orientation and training in your first week, your manager calls you into a meeting to discuss your first project.

The university has recently leased a building in Adelphi, Washington. The building will house some offices, classrooms, a library, and computer labs. Security is very important for WUC, as the university must protect students’ and employees’ data, as well as any intellectual property that WUC has on its servers and computers. As a result, IT management would like to take the time to review some proposals on how best to move forward. As a network engineer, you have been asked to prepare a network proposal on how to set up a secure network infrastructure in this new building to support university operations.

After speaking to your manager, you are excited about the project, but you realize you will have a busy schedule. As you write your proposal, you will also have to prepare for the Network+ Certification exam. One of the conditions of your employment at this company is that you obtain this certification within 60 days of being hired. You will have to manage your time wisely, because you will have to take a practice certification test just as you are completing your final project.

You have been hired as part of the networking team. After completing orientation and training in your first week, your manager calls you into a meeting to discuss your first project.

The university has recently leased a building in Adelphi, Washington. The building will house some offices, classrooms, a library, and computer labs. Security is very important for WUC, as the university must protect students’ and employees’ data, as well as any intellectual property that WUC has on its servers and computers. As a result, IT management would like to take the time to review some proposals on how best to move forward. As a network engineer, you have been asked to prepare a network proposal on how to set up a secure network infrastructure in this new building to support university operations.

After speaking to your manager, you are excited about the project, but you realize you will have a busy schedule. As you write your proposal, you will also have to prepare for the Network+ Certification exam. One of the conditions of your employment at this company is that you obtain this certification within 60 days of being hired. You will have to manage your time wisely, because you will have to take a practice certification test just as you are completing your final project.

Rubric Name: Network Design Proposal Part 2
Competencies Section 2 Level 3 90-100% Level 2 80-89% Level 1: Minimally Proficient 70 – 79%
Develop a proposal to design a network infrastructure based on business needs. This includes:

Comprehensive analysis of the business needs incorporating scholarly references.

Provides comprehensive subnetting information using classless subnetting to minimize wasted address space.  All possible subnets accounted for.

Providing complete step-by-step details to show how the subnetting information are calculated.

Descriptive analysis of business needs

Provides subnetting information using classless subnetting to minimize wasted address space, but missing some optional subnets

Providing the descriptive details to show how the subnetting information are calculated

Basic analysis of the business needs

Provides subnetting information using standard C class subnetting to account for all major subnets required.

Providing the adequate details to show how the subnetting information are calculated

Follow proper procedures and protocols in completing IT-related tasks. This includes:

Identify and apply the appropriate software licensing model for the software used in the proposal.

Fully demonstrates the ability to make network administration or Cybersecurity decisions based on best practices and/or standard procedures/protocols.

Identify and apply the appropriate software licensing model for the software used in the proposal 

Essential evidence presented to demonstrate ability to make network administration or Cybersecurity decisions based on best practices and/or standard procedures/protocols

Identify and apply the appropriate software licensing model for the software used in the proposal

Limited evidence presented to demonstrate ability to make network administration or Cybersecurity decisions based on best practices and/or standard procedures/protocols

Competencies Overall Level 3 90-100% Level 2 80-89% Level 1: Minimally Proficient 70 – 79%
Satisfy standards of writing style and grammatical correctness. This includes:

Using IEEE citation style

Using credible reasoning, appropriate research, and supporting evidence in communication

Synthesizing sources appropriately using paraphrase, summary, and quotation

Satisfying standards of writing style and grammatical correctness, including the use of industry-standard terminology and vocabulary

Using IEEE citation style

Using credible reasoning, appropriate research, and supporting evidence in communication

Synthesizing sources appropriately using paraphrase, summary, and quotation

One or more errors found that does not satisfy the  standards of writing style and grammatical correctness, including the use of industry-standard terminology and vocabulary

Using IEEE citation style

Using credible reasoning, appropriate research, and supporting evidence in communication

Synthesizing sources appropriately using paraphrase, summary, and quotation

Several errors found that does not satisfy the  standards of writing style and grammatical correctness, including the use of industry-standard terminology and vocabulary

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