Structured Networking Design and Performance Analysis of DIIT Campus
Arif, Abdullah Al
Fariz, K.M. Azimul
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This project presents the Structured Networking Design and Performance Analysis, especially for DIIT Campus. This is a kind of network using MikroTik router, which helps a Network Administrator to build up bandwidth management and control over the total network using a MikroTik Server, DNS Server, DHCP server and wireless Access Point. It is found that the DIIT existing network not properly served in total campus area. So, it is needed to introduce a new project approach to support structured LAN and wireless mobile internet-working on a large university campus or similar environment for the purpose of supporting network access between its existing users (students, employee and its faculties). The combination provides simultaneously performance of LAN and wireless communication system with sufficient aggregate bandwidth to handle massive, synchronized movements of stand alone and remote computer & device users. In this project, the technical details of structured cabling have been introduced and the performance of proposed model and conventional system has also been analyzed.