As of November 8, 2010, Manually entered IP addresses are no longer supported on campus if the device is capable of using DHCP. This is true for normal dynamically assigned IP's and Static IP's. All NEW devices added to the network must be set to receive their network address via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). This is the default setting for campus PC and Mac workstations and most printers. No user action is anticipated. There is no change or downtime expected for the vast majority of campus workstations or devices. We have made great efforts to put exceptions in place...
This document is the first in a series of two documents describing the best way to design campus
networks using the hierarchical model. The second document, High Availability Campus Recovery
Analysis, provides extensive test results showing the convergence times for the different topologies
described in this document, and is available at the following website:
Khoá luận tập trung nghiên cứu và phân tích một số vấn đề sau: -Tìm hiểu công nghệ J2ME, Wev Service, Servlet, bản đồ. -Áp dụng xử lí dữ liệu theo ngữ cảnh vào bài toán thực tế - Xây dưng thành công chương trình " Hướng dẫn cung cấp thông tin về Đại Học Quốc Gia Hà Nội - VNU Campus Guide". Ứng dụng đã được áp dụng đựoc chức năng cần thiết nhất trong việc xem bản đồ, cung cấp thông tin theo ngữ cảnh về Đại Học Quốc Gia Hà Nội...
This document provides design guidance for implementing a routed (Layer 3 switched) access layer
using EIGRP or OSPF as the campus routing protocol. It is an accompaniment to the hierarchical campus
design guides, Designing a Campus Network for High Availability and High Availability Campus
Recovery Analysis, and includes the following sections
For campus networks, Cisco recommends a hierarchical network design that distributes networking
function at each layer through a layered organization. The hierarchical model enables the design of a
modular topology using “building blocks” that are scalable and allow the network to meet evolving
The hierarchical model is based on a modular design, which is easy to scale, understand, and
troubleshoot because it follows a deterministic traffic pattern. The principle advantages of the
hierarchical model are:...
Chapter 1 include objectives: Describe common campus design options and how design choices affect implementation and support of a campus LAN; describe the access, distribution, and core layers; describe small, medium, and large campus network designs;...
Objectives in chapter 2: Design and plan VLANs, trunks, and addressing to meet business requirements, technical requirements, and constraints; design and plan VLANs, trunks, and addressing to meet business requirements, technical requirements, and constraints; configure VTP in the campus network to support business and technical requirements;...
Chapter 7 objectives: Assess the impact of WLAN’s, voice and video on campus infrastructure operations; describe quality of service in a campus infrastructure to support advanced services; implement multicast in a campus infrastructure to support advanced services;...
Mục tiêu của đề tài "Tái định vị thương hiệu tập Campus tại thị trường Tp.HCM của Cty Kokuyo Việt Nam" nhằm giúp sinh viên hiểu rõ hơn về các hoạt động của công ty nhằm xây dựng thương hiệu cho một sản phẩm, nhận thức được vài trò của thưuơng hiệu và tái định vị thương hiệu, hiểu rõ hơn về hành vi tiêu dùng tập vở của học sinh – sinh viên.
campus network is a building or group of buildings that
connects to one network, called an enterprise network. Typically, one company
owns the entire network, including the wiring between buildings. This
local area network (LAN) typically uses Ethernet, Token Ring, Fiber Distributed
Data Interface (FDDI), or Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
The main challenge for network administrators is to make the campus
network run efficiently and effectively. To do this, they must understand
current campus networks as well as the new emerging campus networks....
This document guides customers in their planning or deployment of IPv6 in campus networks. This
document does not introduce campus design fundamentals and best practices, IPv6, transition
mechanisms, or IPv4-to-IPv6 feature comparisons. Document Objectives, page 3 provides additional
information about the purpose of this document and references to related documents.
Both small and large enterprise campuses require a highly available and secure, intelligent network
infrastructure to support business solutions such as voice, video, wireless, and mission-critical data
applications. To provide such a reliable network infrastructure, the overall system of components that
make up the campus must minimize disruptions caused by component failures.
Offers hierarchy—each layer has
• Modular topology—building blocks
• Easy to grow, understand, and
• Creates small fault domains—clear
demarcations and isolation
• Promotes load balancing and
• Promotes deterministic traffic patterns
• Incorporates balance of both Layer 2 and
Layer 3 technology, leveraging the
strength of both
• Can be applied to all campus designs;
multilayer L2/L3 and routed access
Campus network design is evolving in response
to multiple drivers
Voice, financial systems driving requirement for
5 nines availability and minimal
Adoption of Advanced Technologies (voice,
segmentation, security, wireless) all introduce
specific requirements and changes
The Campus is an integrated system everything
impacts everything else
Mục tiêu đề tài: Đưa ra các giải pháp nhằm làm tăng độ phủ, độ nhận biết và doanh thu của sản phẩm vở Campus tại thị trường Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, tích lũy những kinh nghiệm thực tế về quá trình làm tăng doanh thu của những sản phẩm mới xâm nhập vào thị trường nội địa, đặc biệt là ở Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh.
A global telecommunications manufacturer recently moved into a new 500,000-square-foot world headquarters facility housing just under 5,000 employees. Two major wireless service providers supplied service to a majority of the company’s mobile phone users. Nearly 60 percent of those phone users at the new campus complained they could not make or receive wireless calls within the facility.
Okayama University is one of the largest universities in Japan. Its main campus, Tsushima, is located in the suburbs, blessed with a quiet natural environment far removed from the noise of the city, offering an excellent atmosphere for study and research. Okayama Prefecture is known for its educational history and its cultural achievements. Special efforts beginning before the Meiji Period (19th century) were made to establish a number of schools which lead to the present-day Okayama University.
The Australian National University International
Sculpture Park is an extension of the University’s
impressive commissioned artworks program.
Located on the beautiful Acton Peninsula at the south
end of the campus, the Park embraces the Old Canberra
House precinct and extends across undulating grassy
slopes and gullies and open woodlands, to the shore of
Lake Burley Griffin. Magnificent original eucalypts and
more recently planted Brittle Gums trace the sweeping
line of what was old Balmain Crescent.
StarGazer® is a comprehensive and scalable network management application for Campus-RS™ and
Campus Star® products. StarGazer supports many essential standard management functions,
making it a rich and mature management application for your Campus network. StarGazer’s highly
intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) and multiple alarm-reporting choices make it the ideal
management system in any operating environment.