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Help with building a theoretical network

For my project i'm required to design a network for a relatively large area. This is the brief:

I would love some help with this, what steps should I take and how do I go about subnetting it all?

A couple immediate questions I have regard the hardware I should use for a guest wifi connection and 300m direct wifi connection.

Thanks for any advice

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Re: project

If this project is for school: ask your teacher.

If this project is for work: tell the manager you don't feel fully qualified to do it. Suggest help from an expert.

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Have to agree with Kees.

You would get this assignment after the course covered subnetting and more. This project is about testing if you absorbed the coursework to this point.

It would be unfair to all if anyone handed you the answers. Read Kees reply again. You need to talk to the professor IMO.

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