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Old Dec 19, 2006, 04:00 PM
vinolia_f vinolia_f is offline
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hi everybody ,

i have asked to design a network for a 5 storey university building...each floor has got a min of 25 computers to a max of 500 this case where can i place the server/servers which floor..

can i design in this way like i connect the servers to 5 routers which are located in each floor...and these router in each floor are connected to 2 or 3 switches depending upon the number of computers...and these switches are connected to the computers...can i design a network like this..will this be an effective design..

or which network will be better one wired or a wireless one...

thank you very much for all in advance have a gud day..

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