For this week's assignment, you and the assistant network administrator will be developing a plan to circumvent problems that may arise in the Cleveland office's network installation.
-You also need to create policies and procedures for the Cleveland office as ways to handle network troubleshooting, along with a plan for establishing a network baseline and performance monitoring and coordination of all processes with the Pittsburgh office.
-You will recommend the hiring of a full-time IT technician to support the new network. Make a case for hiring someone who holds the appropriate industry certification.
Submit your assignment in MS Word format, approximately one to two pages in length.
Your report should be formatted and references should be cited using APA style.
Explanation & Answer
Running Head: PROBLEMS ANTICIPATED IN THE CLEVELAND OFFICE’S NETWORK
Problems Anticipated in the Cleveland Office’s Network Installation
PROBLEMS ANTICIPATED IN THE CLEVELAND OFFICE’S NETWORK
The connection between Cleveland and Pittsburgh has been boosted by the introduction
of frame relay as the network connectivity which is preferred as compared to X.25 and ATM. As
a network connectivity option, frame relay has many advantages which include reduced costs
and even faster processing speeds and therefore faster delivery of packets. In as much as it is
robust in comparison with other network protocols, frame relay has shortcomings, (Cheng, Han,
& Pan, 2018).
Its faster performance and greater efficiency is associated with its streamlined protocol.
Being streamlined means that it is unable to handle traffic from multiple directions and this
makes it le...
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