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Need help in designing a small home network.

Sat May 05, 2012 4:27 pm

Hi guys thanks all,

I Am Srikanth, i need some help in designing my home network. I need to connect 4 desktops wired 2 laptops wireless, one led TV wired.

I have beam 10mbps internet and I want to share it to all devices.

I want one desktop to act admin for internet sharing on all other devices.

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Re: Need help in designing a small home network.

Sat May 05, 2012 4:48 pm

Hello Srikanth,

Could you please specify the networking equipment you've already got if any?
By the way, what's you background in IT? Have you been using/administering Linux at all?

When you say "act admin for internet sharing" what type of options you'd like to get specifically?

Thanks

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Re: Need help in designing a small home network.

Thu May 10, 2012 2:36 am

Hi guys,
in need of verification, am trying to model and analyse the network utilisation of my HOME LAN via Ethernet, i started by trying to model the load on my network using OPNET, but my issue is on classifiying the applications, under what application profile should (streaming youtube videos be classified), Watching movies online?
i have 8 available model options for my application profiles :
1. Web browsing 2.Database Access 3.Email 4. File Transfer 5. File Print 6. Telnet Session 7. Video Conferencing 8. Voice Over IP

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Re: Need help in designing a small home network.

Thu May 10, 2012 11:44 am

video conferencing, since likely you don't do that form home, if you do , file transfer.
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