Network build for an assignment

Hi guys, i was wondering if anyone out there can help me with an assignment i have for college.I am quite new to networking and am keen to get into it. I am tasked with building a network for 200 students, 15 teachers, 12 marketing and administration staff, 5 higher staff and 3 network admins. the building has three floors. i have 85 computers and 3 printers, 50 student computers have to be split into two it labs.35 staff computers and 3 printers. 35 staff computers and three printers have to be on the ground floor. the computer labs have to be up on the 1st floor and 2nd floor. Even if nobody can help me can you point me in the right direction to some literature on building networks.

thank you for your time guys

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Re: network build

Do I understand correctly that the course material doesn't include the information you need to do the assignment (like readers, books, manuals, relevant links, exercises, instructions, examples)?

Then I would go and discuss this with the teacher or course coordinator, together with a few of your colleague students. You pay for good education, don't you? And it seems you don't get it.

Post was last edited on March 15, 2018 7:32 AM PDT

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Have to agree about this one.

The course material is the source for assignment and work.

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The Cisco videos will really help.

From your requirements this video will play a big role:
200-125 CCNA v3.0 | Day 3 (AM): IP Address V4 | Free Cisco Video Training 2016 | NetworKing
It will give you information on how to setup a network based on how many hosts, networks required etc. to start from scratch, use Day1 since a base will be needed and the lecture is sticking to the order of the titles of the videos.
Seen your keen to get into networking making use of Cisco videos, (Cisco being the largest networking company across the globe will really help)
I made full use of the videos but needed assistance since without a guide things get tough and if you understand it the wrong way, that won’t do any good. I’ve been through many similar circumstances. Please feel free to post any questions

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