IP Address Schema Design for a Medium-Sized Business.
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
¦ Translate IPv4 and IPv6 IP addressing schemas and perform logical IP addressing schema designs to support the given scenario.
Read the business scenario given in the text sheet named “Scenario IP Address Schema Diagram” which is page two that have been uploaded. Analyze the given business constraints in order to evaluate how to plan Pv4 and IPv6 network schemas. Then write a summary report containing a comparison table that answers the following questions for both IPv4 and IPv6:
¦ Will you use a private address scheme for internal addressing?
¦ Assuming all nodes and servers have only one interface, how many public IP addresses must be leased (excluding networking devices)?
¦ What is the largest prefix/mask size (in bits) that will support the stated subnet requirements and device count per subnet?
¦ Scenario IP Address Schema Diagram
¦ Format: Microsoft Word
¦ Font: Arial, Size 12, Double-Space
¦ Length: 1-2 pages
Use the following checklist to support your work on the assignment; review each item for both IPv4 and IPv6 implementations:
¦ I have determined whether private network addressing is appropriate.
¦ I have determined the number of publically routed addresses that will be needed for IPv4
¦ I have determined the number of privately routed addresses that will be needed for IPv6.
¦ I have described the correct subnet mask (IPv4) and prefix length (IPv6) in bits.
¦ I have followed the submission requirements.