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NETW 410 Week 4 iLab Connecting Point A to Point B

NETW 410 Week 4 iLab Connecting Point A to Point B

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iLab 4 of 7: Connecting Point A to Point B

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iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

Welcome to NETW410 Week 4 iLab.

In this lab, we will look at methods used to connect one site to another site.
Deliverables

You are required to submit your Week 4 Lab Report after completing the lab assignments. 

Have fun while learning.
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Connecting Point A to Point B (70 points)

Requirements:

How should an Internet connection be made for the current campus? Why did you select this option over the others? AT&T is the carrier providing service to the existing campus as well as the new campus. Examine the offerings for Internet access to select the one that should be used.

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After examining the Internet access methods offered by AT&T by utilizing its website under Business Services, select the one you think will be best. Explain why you arrived at this decision.

How should the existing and new campus locations be connected to each other?

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