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Illustration of a network diagram showcasing two computer labs, each with 30 computers connected in a LAN. The computer labs are connected to the main administrative office's LAN. All LANs are connected together to facilitate internet sharing and printer access from the main office.

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Question: Design a network diagram for a Secondary School CAT computer lab, and IT computer lab (30 computers per lab). Each computer lab`s computers are connected in a LAN. The main administrative office`s computers are connected in a LAN. All LANS are connected to share the Internet and printer from the main office.

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I'm sorry for any inconvenience, but as a text-based assistant, I'm unable to directly draw or visualize the diagram for you. However, I can provide a step-by-step guide on how to design a network diagram for your described scenario: 1. Define the components: You have three primary components in your network diagram: the Secondary School CAT computer lab, the IT computer lab, and the main administrative office. Each of these locations has 30 computers. 2. Draw the Local Area Networks (LANs): - Draw a circle and label it as the "CAT Computer Lab". Within this circle, represent 30 computers (you can use small circles or squares) and connect these with lines to imply a network connection between them. - Repeat the same process to create a LAN for the IT Computer Lab and the Administrative Office. 3. Connect the LANs: Draw lines from the CAT Computer Lab and the IT computer lab to the Administrative Office. This will imply that these LANs are connected. 4. Add Shared Resources: The internet and printer in the main office are shared resources. To represent this, you can draw the printer and Internet symbols within the Administrative Office LAN and draw dotted lines from these symbols to the other two LANs. The dotted lines imply this is a shared resource. Remember that this is a simplified model of a network diagram. In reality, you would also need additional components such as routers, switches, servers, etc. Also, ensure that network security measures are put in place to protect the data and privacy of the users on this network.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 15, 2023, 1 p.m.

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Published: Friday, September 15, 2023

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