1. An organization with 500 staff members has four main offices; sales, service, finance, and human resources. The new network security engineer discovers that all staff members have unnecessary access to all resources on the network. What network configuration options does the engineer have to correct this issue?
2. A business has two 10Mbps switches and needs to increase the connectivity speed to 20Mbps, describe the most cost effective means by which this can be accomplished?
3. How should Ethernet switches be logically arranged on the network to be cost effective? Why is this important?
4. What primary differences are there between managed and unmanaged switches?
5. In what instances would it make sense to use an unmanaged switch?
6. What is the best means for mitigating the single points for failure on an Ethernet network?
7. Describe the primary differences between single-mode and multimode fiber. Provide two business case uses for each type and explain why each fiber solution would be appropriate.
8.When implementing SNMP for managed switches, what security planning principle must be considered?