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What investigation will you do with regard to the physical infrastructure of the orchards, orchard stacks, and the cold storage buildings? This case study suggest scalability, the textbook stated that when analyzing a customer’s scalability goals, it is important to keep in mind that there are obstacles to scalability, in this case the fruit trees can grow tall and leafy, therefore they can absorb wireless radio frequency (RF) signal (Oppenheimer, 2011). Therefore, the selection of technology that can meet Harriett’s goals for accommodating her tall fruit trees is vital and the having proper storage is essential as well, because the cold storage buildings have ice hazards, which impedes the installation of equipment. Scalability is integral during the phase of network design process such whether to use LAN or WAN. In my opinion the usage of WAN would be better due to the cold storage buildings, because it have less capacity than LANs, but also it has more affordability due to routing protocols that can minimizes WAN traffic, improve efficiency on WAN circuits the utilization of a compression, allocated WAN bandwidth (Oppenheimer, 2011). The utilization of Ethernet because it has the standard method for connecting servers, switches, and end users’ machines (Oppenheimer, 2011).
Make a list of business goals for Harriet’s Fruits and Chocolate Company. What are some constraints that will affect these goals? The value of knowing the Harriett’s business goals and constraints is a crucial aspect of network design (Oppenheimer, 2011). Keep in mind network upgrades are made not because some new technology sounds interesting to engineers, but because it will help an enterprise increase profits, productivity, market share, and cash flow, therefore, network designers must choose solutions that address the business dilemmas faced by business managers (Oppenheimer, 2011). First,…...

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