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ICT506 Computer Network Principles
Assignment Title 2 – Portfolio Assessment Type Practical/theory
Level 5 Credits 15
Term & Cohort:
Due date:
Overall Weighting: 70%
Total marks available 100
Tutor:
Course aim
To provide the knowledge and skills required to build a scalable switched and routed computer
network.
Purpose
Learners will gain an understanding of the theoretical concepts of networking as well as
being able to setup a small local area network, configuring, operating, maintaining and
performing troubleshooting.
Assessment Information
1. This is an individual open-book assessment to be completed in an agreed
environment which is worth 70% of your total assessment weighting of the entire
course.
2. Resources and/or equipment which may be used for this activity:
 NZSE issued material; and
 your own course notes.
3. This assessment is divided 2 parts. You have 3 days to complete PART A and 5 days
to complete PART B.
4. In order to achieve a pass in this assessment you will need to score a minimum of
50% for the whole assessment
Submission Instructions
You are required to ensure you have carried out the following before submitting your assessment:
 Signed assignment coversheet
 Place your Name, Student ID number, Assessment and Task Number on all loose
documents you are submitting with the assessment.
 All answers must be written in your own words.
 Proofread and spell check all written assessment work carefully.
 DO NOT email your document to your tutor, it must be uploaded to the NZSE LMS
Plagiarism
 Any submitted assessment or part of an assessment which has plagiarised content will
not be marked.
 All cases of plagiarism and/or cheating will be investigated and dealt with according
to A08: Misconduct in Assessment Policy.
Learning Outcomes
This assessment is mapped to the following learning outcomes for this course:
LO 1 Plan, design, install, deploy, configure, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and document a
small Local Area Network (LAN) using routers and switches.
LO 2 Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of networking including both the practical and
conceptual skills that build the foundation for understanding basic networking
LO 3 Demonstrate knowledge of the human versus network communication and the two major
models used to plan and implement networks: OSI and TCP/IP
LO 6 Use networking utilities and tools to provide a test environment where a range of network
services and data can be observed and analysed
GPO’s (this course is mapped to)
2 Apply a broad operational knowledge of networking, and associated services and
technologies to meet typical organisational requirements
3 Configure and administer systems and applications to meet typical organisational IT
support requirements.
5 Troubleshoot and resolve a range of common system problems using appropriate
tools and procedures.
6 Identify common issues related to IT security and apply a range of solutions.
12 Apply communication, personal and interpersonal skills to enhance effectiveness in an
IT role.

Assessment
Part A
Task 1 (25 Marks)
LO 2 Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of networking including both the practical and conceptual skills that build the foundation for
understanding basic networking
LO 3 Demonstrate knowledge of the human versus network communication and the two major models used to plan and implement networks: OSI and
TCP/IP
Apteryx, based in Queen Street, have approached you to gain some insight into their
planned development of the company’s IT setup.
The management wish to expand the company and as such they want to be able to connect
the new satellite offices to their main office in Queen Street. The two new satellite offices
will be in Otara and on Waiheke Island.
But it turns out that the management knows nothing about the technology involved in
connecting the new satellite office to the main office.
Your task is to develop a report which will educate the management on the basics of
networking.
The following must be included in your report;
a) the conceptual concepts e.g. topologies and layered models
b) using the concept of OSI and TCP/IP models compare the process a human would
send a message against how a computer would do the same.
c) type of equipment they will need to purchase to achieve their goals, provide a
discussion on the types of equipment.
d) the complexity involved in providing a complete solution.
Part B
Scenario
You work for a company called Apteryx systems as a Junior Network engineer. The company
are planning to expand its organisation to two new locations across Auckland and they want
to connect all 3 sites together and this may require them to redesign their network at their
current headquarters.
The Companies planned 3 sites is intended to accommodate the following
1. Headquarters – Located on Queen St in the Auckland CBD
 The network consists of
i. A Primary server that acts as both the file storage and the DHCP
Server, this is connected to a switch called Main-switch.
ii. 5 Desktop Clients that are connected to a switch labelled “EmploySwitch” these clients receive their addresses from the Server
iii. 5 Roaming laptops allocated to staff, that connect to the wireless
network on the Wireless Router (Router1) which has an SSID of
“Apteryx-HQ” and a password of “P@ssw0rd1”. The wireless devices
get their IP Addresses from the server.
iv. 2 Smart devices that connect to the wireless network.
2. Primary Data Centre – Located in Otara, South Auckland
 The network consists of
i. 3 Servers that are connected to a switch these servers are labelled
Data1, Data2 and Data3 these three servers have static IP addresses.
All 3 are connected to the main switch using two cables on a gigabit
connection.
ii. 2 Desktop machines that are used to access the servers through
remote desktop. These 2 machines have static IP addresses and are
called Access1 and Access2
iii. Internet access is available through a standard router.
3. Company Retreat – Located on Waiheke Island
 The network consists of
i. One desktop computer connected to a wireless router
ii. A 60inch smart TV that is connected to the network
Your job will be to plan the networks and make sure that they are implemented correctly.
Based on the scenario above perform the following tasks.
Task 1: Planning (10 Marks)
LO 1: Plan, design, install, deploy, configure, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and document a small Local Area Network (LAN) using routers and switches.
Using a network designing tool or simulator, plan and design a suitable network to
accommodate Apteryx’s requirements as specified in the scenario.
Task 2: Install and configure (50 Marks)
LO 1: Plan, design, install, deploy, configure, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and document a small Local Area Network (LAN) using routers and switches.
LO 2: Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of networking including both the practical and conceptual skills that build the foundation for
understanding basic networking
Following on from your design, you are required to install and configure both a windows
server and a Windows 10 based workstation to test the server’s ability to function correctly.
Using the information below using a virtualisation tool, install and configure the server,
creating the organisational units and users.
Server information: –
 Computer name = ApteryxMain
 IP Address = 192.168.5.57
 Domain name = Apteryx.com
 DHCP Configuration
o IP Address Start: 192.168.5.25
o IP Address End: 192.168.5.75
o Lease time: 5 Hours
o Default Gateway: 192.168.5.254
 Active Directory configuration
o Organisational Units
 Sales
 Marketing
 Testing
 Admin
 Quality Assurance (QA)
 Research and development (RD)
You need to perform the following to complete this task
1. Create the users, making them members of a group which corresponds to the
department they work in.
In Marketing: Philip, John, James, Ann & Linda
In Sales: Josh, Eric, Graham, Lucy, Helen, Pat & Terry
In Administration: Peter, Shirley, Charlotte, Emily, Marjory, Roberta &
Roseanne
In Testing: Tom, Stephen, William, James & Robert
In QA: Brian, Sue, Trevor, Carla, Stephen, Nancy & Rachael
In RD: Edward, Garry & Brian
2. Create folders for each department, and a shared company folder.
3. Give each group full access to their department folder and read/write access to
the company shared folder.
4. Create a printer for each department.
5. Give each group the permission to use their department printer.
6. All departments work 9:00am till 5:50pm, except for the Testing department
which works from 7:30am till 8:00pm.
7. Create logon scripts for each department, to allow access to the department
folder, the department printer, the company shared folder & the users own
personal folder.
8. Add the backup feature to the server.
9. Perform a backup, to include active directory, the login scripts, user folder and
company folders created.
Ensure that you take screen shoots of each of the stages of the installation and configuration of the
server and workstation, you are required to submit them as evidence. A maximum of 2 screen shots
per page.
Task 3: Testing and Troubleshooting (15 Marks)
LO 1: Plan, design, install, deploy, configure, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and document a small Local Area Network (LAN) using routers and switches.
LO 6: Use networking utilities and tools to provide a test environment where a range of network services and data can be observed and analysed
As the network technician, the help desk has passed on a ticket to you.
The information on the ticket relates to an issue within the head office in Queen Street. It
appears that the wireless clients cannot connect to the network to be able to access data
from the file server in Queen Street. The helpdesk has allocated a high priority to this issue.
You will need to troubleshoot this issue, record your finding in a short report, provide a
solution. You will also need to provide evidence that you have tested your solution and that
it solves this issue.

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Cover Sheet and Student Declaration
This sheet must be signed by the student and attached to the submitted assessment.
Course Title: Computer Network Principles Course code: ICT506
Student Name: Student ID:
Assessment No
& Type:
Assessment 2
Portfolio
Cohort:
Due Date:
Date
Submitted:
Tutor’s Name:
Assessment
Weighting 70%
Total Marks 100
Student Declaration:
I declare that:
 I have read the New Zealand School of Education Ltd policies and regulations on assessments and
understand what plagiarism is.
 I am aware of the penalties for cheating and plagiarism as laid down by the New Zealand School of
Education Ltd.
 This is an original assessment and is entirely my own work.
 Where I have quoted or made use of the ideas of other writers, I have acknowledged the source.
 This assessment has been prepared exclusively for this course and has not been or will not be
submitted as assessed work in any other course.
 It has been explained to me that this assessment may be used by NZSE Ltd, for internal and/or
external moderation.
 If I am late in handing in this assessment without prior approval (see student regulations in
handbook), marks will be deducted, to a maximum of 50%.
Student signature:
Date:
Tutor only to complete
Assessment result: Mark /100 Grade


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