This is a paper that is focusing on the Windows Network Proposal on Networking development. The paper also has current implementation or concerns to consider.
The Windows Network Proposal on Networking development
You have been hired by Fixing Windows LLC as an Information Technology consultant to develop a technology proposal. Fixing Windows LLC manufactures and distributes solar panel for the consumer market. Your job is to submit a proposal that meets their criteria.
Firstly, the company will have 3 locations (Los Angeles, Dallas, and Houston) but are planning to grow rapidly due to high demand in solar panels. Main staff will be at Dallas and Houston offices.
Secondly, data security is priority since patent and trademarks are at stake.
Thirdly, Los Angeles sales personnel will need secure remote access to Houston office.
Fourthly, the WAN connectivity is in place and it is not an issue. There is ample bandwidth in place.
Topics to Cover:
Your document should cover the content presented in the course. The outline below contains recommended points to cover. You are free to add other related information.
Describe the technical and business reasons for each choice, citing other resources as appropriate. The Windows Server 2016 operating system should be for all aspects of the solution.
The topics include:
DNS and DHCP
Firstly, how had DHCP installation and also authorization been implemented?
Secondly, DHCP scope design (e.g., lease times, number of scopes, address range)
Thirdly, will a form of DHCP fault tolerance be implemented?
Fourthly, how can IPAM be utilized?
Also, how will IPv6 be utilized?
How will DNS be implemented?
Firstly, how will DNS be handled for the second and third site?
Secondly, what namespace should Fixing Windows LLC implement?
Thirdly, what types of zones needed?
Remote Services and NETWORK POLICY SERVER (NPS):
· What technology will implementation to provide secure remote access for users?
· Who should have remote access?
Discuss these other server 2016 Networking concepts:
· HIGH PERFORMANCE NETWORK SOLUTIONS
· SOFTWARE-DEFINED NETWORKING (SDN)