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Prepared by: Dr Noor u Zaman Laghari XXXXXXXXXXModerated by: Dr Saeid Iranmanesh April 2020 Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines Unit Code MN503 Unit Title Overview of Internetworking...

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Prepared by: Dr Noor u Zaman Laghari XXXXXXXXXXModerated by: Dr Saeid Iranmanesh April 2020
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Unit Code MN503
Unit Title Overview of Internetworking
Assessment Type Group (3 students in a Group)
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:

d. Analyse and report on the cu
ent and future state of the internetworking
infrastructure and its applications.
e. Implement a process to support the administration and management of
internetworking.
Weight 30% of the total assessments
Total Marks 70+30=100
Word limit XXXXXXXXXXapproximately 6-8 pages)
Due Date XXXXXXXXXX2nd, June 2020 Week 11 (Submit report on Moodle)
Demonstration of the design and simulation model in week 11 during Lab. timings.
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 Cali
i (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 to the School's Administration Officer, in
Melbourne on Level 6 or in Sydney on Level 7. You must submit this application
three working days prior to 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: https:
www.mit.edu.au/about-
mit/institute-publications/policies-procedures-and-
guidelines/AcademicIntegrityPolicyAndProcedure. For further information,
please refer to the Academic Integrity Section in your Unit Description.








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Assignment Description

Project Scope: A typical network layout diagram of a higher education Institute is given as Figure-1 (for
illustrative purposes only). The Institute has sections segregated as Melbourne and Sydney campuses
connected through WAN. Within the campuses, we have laboratories and other office workstations
segregated into School of IT and School of Business.




The Network requirements are given as follows:

1. Two campuses have separate local area networks. Staff users from both campuses should be able to
have access from/to both campuses.
2. There should be a clear restriction that any host from li
ary should not be allowed to ping hosts from
other offices.
3. Printing services should be available to all the schools’ users.
4. Wireless access is available to all the staff, student, and guest across both campuses.
5. Internet should be provided to all the sections (i.e. School of IT and School of business from both
campuses).
6. IP network design is required.
7. Hardware requirements with costs specification (specification of all the hardware required, number
of units and per unit cost).
8. Configuration details on the hardware (Routers, switches and workstations).

Assignment requirements: As a group, you are required to analyse the project requirement and then design
and simulate a network fulfilling the above mentioned requirement. You need to provide a fully functional
simulation model for the network. The report should have a detailed explanation of the planning and designing
of network. It is recommended that bullet points are included whenever necessary.
The sections that you need to consider in you report are as follows:
1. Project Scope
2. Project requirements
3. Network design – Consider the human factor design concepts
• This part should include LAN/WAN/WLAN details and protocols used.
4. IP addressing in a tabular form (include justification whenever necessary)


Figure-1: Network layout of the Higher Education Institute
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5. Network topology diagram and simulation (CISCO Packet tracer is mandatory)
• Switch configuration
• Router configuration
• Access point and server configuration guidelines
• Security configuration


Student should show the demo of the network design in Week 11 lab. Work progress and consultation will be
done during week 9 and 10. Demonstration marks will be awarded in regards to the stage of the completion
of the design

The format of the demonstration will be
a) An individual demo,
) At least 3 viva voce questions related to the design, and
c) Demo and viva voce duration 5 – 7 minutes (at max). The following is to be covered.

• Demonstration of the network design simulation in CISCO Packet Tracer.

Note to the lab tutor: As per the need, the lab tutor can allocate 15 minutes in Week 9 and Week 10 for
work progression check and consultation.

Marking criteria
The following marking criteria will be followed for the assignment report.
Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Introduction Introduction of the project and overview of the
eport
05
Project Scope The project Scope should be explained in a logical
approach
05
Project requirements Identify the project’s functional and non-functional
equirements
10
Network design Explain the network design approach considering human
factor (user-centric design) and also include
LAN/WAN/WLAN details and protocols used.
10
Design Analysis Provide an in-depth analysis of the proposed design and
strongly justify and support your design
10
IP addresses table Write the table summarising IP address, subnet-netmask,
IP and address classes with appropriate justification.
10
Network Topology
Diagram
This part includes host, switches, routers, DHCP, access
points server configuration guidelines and security
configurations.
10
Conclusion Write a clear and conclusive summary of the report 05
Reference Style Follow IEEE reference style 05
TOTAL 70



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Demonstration Marks
Section to be included in
the report
Description of the section Marks
Simulation Completeness All the elements are present requirement are met 20
Simulation execution Simulation(s) executes satisfactorily 05
Question Answers Student explains the design and complete process 05
Total 30


Assessment/marking Description
Marks for the assignment 2 will be calculated as follows:

Individual’s Total Marks= Report Marks + Individual’s demonstration marks

Example of the marking ru
ic for the Assignment: Total marks 60.
The details about the ru
ic are as follows:
Grades HD
80% and above
D
70 - 79%
CR
60 - 69%
P
50 - 59%
Fail
50%
Introduction/05 All the points are
pertinent and
covered in
ief
and provide good
summary of the
literature and
activity
performed in the
assessment.
Mostly points are
pertinent and
covered in
ief
and provide good
summary of the
literature and
activity
performed in the
assessment.
Many points are
pertinent and
covered in
ief
and provide
summary of the
literature and
activity
performed in the
assessment.
Few point are
pertinent and
covered in
ief
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/05 All topics are
pertinent and
covered in depth.
Ability to think
critically and
source material is
demonstrated
Topics relevant
and soundly
analysed
Generally
elevant and
analysed
Some relevance
and
iefly
presented
Not relevant to
the assignment
topic
Project
equirements/10
Demonstrated
excellent ability
to think critically
and sourced
eference
material
appropriately
Demonstrated
excellent ability
to think critically
ut did not
source material
appropriately
Demonstrated an
average ability to
think critically
and sourced
eference
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