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Aug 4, 2013

OSI, TCP/IP Models & Basics of Routing

This project briefly discusses the architecture of an enterprise network. It examines the barriers to planning, designing and implementing an enterprise network. In this project we will start from working basic router configuration then covering the Routing technologies required to route data between branches. After that we have implement WAN and Frame-relay is considered a good choice because it connects multiple location using single interface of router and reduce the hardware costs. This is a good report for students doing CCNA.

Basics of Routing

For Internet connectivity we are also using frame relay. In this setup NAT is very essential in which we have translate live IP into local and vice-versa. In short we can say a lot of technologies are studied and implemented for the successful completion of the project.

Recommended Project : Training Report on Networking

Routers are used to forward packets of data between devices that aren't necessarily connected to the same local network. Routing is the cumulative processes that discover paths through the network to specific destinations, compare redundant routes mathematically, and build tables that contain routing information.

The router's task is easy: It has only two interfaces. Any packets received by one of its interfaces was either delivered to the other interface or discarded as undeliverable. In this particular case, the router may well have been replaced by a hub, bridge, switch, or any other Layer 2 device. The router's real value lies in determining routes to destinations on nonadjacent networks.

Author:- Shaini Sachdeva



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