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DEVELOP THEIR LOGICAL NETWORK DESIGN BASED ON THE SCENARIO

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DEVELOP THEIR LOGICAL NETWORK DESIGN BASED ON THE SCENARIO

General

 

The students should progressively develop their logical network design based on the scenario given in page 5 of this document. In this process, they are expected to participate in the weekly discussions and find the answers to the recommended discussion questions.  Discussion questions have been selected and formulated not only to gradually increase the knowledge and skills of the students in this course but also to help them develop the logical network design.  The students who do not attempt weekly discussion questions would very likely produce a logical network design that would not satisfy the requirements and/or that cannot be justified.

 

Part A

 

Objectives

 

In this part of Assessment Item 1, you willcreate and deliver an oral presentation on your logical network design. The scenario to be used for the logical network design is given in page 5. Please refer to the course profile to understand how this part of the assessment item relates to the course learning outcomes.

 

Requirements

 

All students

 

You are to demonstrate your technical as well as presentation skills by presenting your logical network design, and receive feedback from your peers and/or the tutor.

 

On-Campus students

 

On-campus students should deliver their presentations during the class time. Students will be required to work in groups of up to fouror individually. The maximum duration for each presentation groupwill be 15 minutes, including 5 minutes to answer the questions and for discussion. This time frame will be strictly enforced due to time constraints.

 

Please note that the presentations must be completed on the scheduled day. If a student or a group does not present on the scheduled day, they will receive 0marks for Part A unless they have a valid reason supported by evidence such as a doctor’s certificate.

 

Distance Students

 

Distance students should contact the course coordinator by the end of week 3 and agree for a suitable presentation method and time. The presentations could also be recorded by the student (or the group) and uploaded to Moodle. The answering of questions and the discussion could then be undertaken via telephone at a mutually agreed time. Students will have to complete their presentations between weeks 6 and 8 of the term.

 

Assessment Criteria

 

The marking criteria for Part A of the Assessment Item 1are provided on page 3.

 

Students need to familiarise themselves with the marking criteria to ensure that they have addressed them when preparing and presenting this assessment item.

 

Note:

 

  1. Each student in the group needs to upload a copy of their presentation to Moodle beforedelivering the presentation. Failure to do so will result in a mark of 0/20 for the student.
  2. Marks of presentations will not be released to the students until they have been moderated by the Course Coordinator.

 

Assessment Item 1 – Part A - Marking Criteria

 

Group members:                                                                                                             Date:

 

 

Criteria

HD

D

C

P

F

Your

Mark

1.      Presentationstructure:

 

 

 

 

 

 

a. Introduction

Introduceyourself (or your group) andtheroad map.Aimto engageyour audiencefromthebeginningofthepresentation.

(1 Mark)

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.Body

Markswillbegivenforthequalityofthecontent that you deliver.Thecontentmust explain your design.

(3Marks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

c. Conclusion

Summarisethekeypointsthat you presented in the body.

(1Mark)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.      Delivery

Do not read the fulltext, practice and keep to thetime limit.

Use the time carefully withoutrushingattheend.

(2 Marks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.      Copingwithquestionsattheend ofthepresentation (the telephone interview for the distance students).

(2Marks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.      Presentation slides

Ensure that the slide contents are clearly visibletoentireaudience and your slides are well–prepared and useful.

Use your slide effectively (i.e. integratedinto thepresentation).

(1 Mark)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Totalfor Part A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments:

 

Lecturer/tutor’sname:

 

Part B

Objectives

 

In this part of the Assessment Item1, you willcomplete your logical network design reportbased on the written and oral feedback that you received after your presentation in Part A. Please refer to the course profile to see how this part of the assessment item relates to the course learning outcomes.

 

Assessment Task

 

You are required to analyse the scenario given in page 5 and complete a logical design of the network. In Part A of Assessment item 1, you have presented your logical network design to the class.  In Part B of the assessment item 1, you will improve your design based on the feedback that you received in Part A and complete your logical network design report. In order to undertake your design, you may need to make justifiable assumptions. You will need to include them in your report. The report must follow the Harvard citation and referencing guidelines.

 

You also need to upload the logical network design report. This report should include:

 

  1. The list of requirements
  2. The list of assumptions – Note: The assumptions are not the requirements that have been provided in the task. They are the additionalrequirements that you may need for your design.
  3. The logical network diagram(s)
  4. The explanation of your logical network design
  5. The justification of your logical network design
  6. The model for addressing and naming
  7. The list of routing and switching protocols
  8. The list of security mechanisms

Note: Please do not include an executive summary, a table of contents, an introduction or a conclusion. Please see the marking guide.

 

Note: Additional information regarding this assessment item may be placed on the course website. Check the course website at least once a week for further information relating to this report. Please ensure that you write your answers in your own words to avoid possible plagiarism and copyright violation. You can understand the Plagiarism Procedures by following the corresponding link in the CQUniversity Policies section of the Course Profile.

 

 

Submission

 

To be submitted online through the COIT20264 Moodle course website assessment block on or before the due date.

 

Assessment Criteria

 

The marking criteria for Part B of the Assessment Item 1are provided on page 6.

 

Students need to familiarise themselves with the criteria to ensure that they have addressed them when preparing this assessment item.

 

The Scenario for Network Design Assessment Tasks

 

Your company in Australia specialises indesigning networks for local and international clients. They have won a contract to design a network for Farmers for Farmers (3F), a newly established cooperative society of crop farmers in Queensland.

 

This cooperative societywas established to increase the yield of its member farmers and reduce the rot of crops as they cannot be sold timely. Using sophisticated technology,the society will have the crops sold to the customers at a lower price than that of the few giant supermarket chains in the state. 3F will compete with these supermarket chains by directly supplying the produce from the farmers to the consumers without an intermediary. To this end, 3F will have its own trucks, five distribution centres in the state and six distribution vehicles at each distribution centre.

 

3Fwill operate from a small office in Rockhampton. When a customer places an order using the web interface of 3F or over the phone, the order will be processed using a proprietary software algorithm of 3F. By using this software, 3F willnot only collect theoptimum quantities of crops from the farmers and deliver them on time to the distribution centres but also deliver the order to the customers in minimum time. This whole process will be automated with the help of on-board computers on the trucks as well as on the distribution vehicles connected to the office of 3F and the farmers.

 

This software algorithm will also be used by the farmers to order and add fertilizer to their farmlands, to water the plants, spray pesticides and collect the yield in an optimum fashion while saving energy costs, resources and money. For this purpose, the algorithm needs real-time information collected from the farms without human intervention, such as air and soil temperature, humidity, soilmoisture content, information about pests, rain fall figures and the intensity of sunlight.The farmers can also get connected to the Internet via the network of 3F and post questions to the online forums. 3F also includes an online banking society that provides most of the banking facilities of other banks to its member farmers. 3F needsthe guarantee that their proprietary algorithm, and various data and information in their information system are secured.

 

Using the top-down network design methodology that you learned in this course, design the network of 3F, including its member farmers. Each step of your design should clearly explain and justify how you satisfy the requirements.

 

Note: This scenario was created by Dr Rohan de Silva on 7th June 2016 and without written permission from CQUniversity, Australia no part of this scenario should be reproduced by any individual or an organisation.

 

Assessment Item 1 – Part B - Marking Criteria

 

 

Criteria

HD

D

C

P

F

Max Mark

Mark

4

3.7

3.4

3.3

3

2.9

2.6

2.5

2

1.9

0.95

0

1. The list of requirements.

Thorough accurate list.

A few inaccuracies in the list.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

4

 

2. The list of assumptions.

Thorough accurate list.

A few inaccuracies in the list.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

4

 

3. The logical network diagram(s).

Covered all the sections of the network.

Contained all sections but not enough detail.

Had too brief or missing sections.

Not clear but contained most sections.

Not clear and most sections missing.

4

 

4. The explanation of your logical network design.

Thorough accurate explanation.

A few inaccuracies in the explanation.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

4

 

5. The justification of your logical network design.

Thorough accurate justification.

A few inaccuracies in the justification.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

4

 

6. The model for addressing and naming.

Covered all the information.

Contained all information but not enough detail.

Had too brief or missing information.

Not clear but contained most information.

Not clear and most information missing.

4

 

Routing and Security

HD

D

C

P

F

 

 

3

2.75

2.6

2.5

2.25

2.2

2

1.9

1.5

1.45

0.75

0

 

 

7. The list of routing and switching protocols.

Thorough accurate list.

A few inaccuracies in the list.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

3

 

8. The list of security mechanisms.

Thorough accurate list.

A few inaccuracies in the list.

One or two items missing.

Many items missing.

Not clear or vague description.

3

 

 

               

Copy the presentation mark here

10

 

 

             

 

Late submission penalty

 

 

 

             

 

Plagiarism penalty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

40

 

       

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