CIS246 Peer to Peer and Client Server Environments

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CIS246 Peer to Peer and Client Server Environments
What kind of network does your current or former workplace have: peer to…

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CIS246 Peer to Peer and Client Server Environments

CIS246 Peer to Peer and Client Server Environments

Course Discussions Week 1 All Students Posts – 26 Pages

What kind of network does your current or former workplace have: peer to peer or client-server? What problems does it have? What are some ideas to improve it? If you don’t know which, explain what you think would have worked best and describe the circumstances.
The way our networking is set up here is a little complicated. There are devices that are on MAC lists that have authorization to access the access point. There is layer 3 through 7 filtering. So yes… a little complicated. We have a LAN and wireless network in the house, with a domain controller, and a centralized Symantec EndPoint Protection (SEP) server. We also have a file share server with Access Controls List (ACLs) with permissions down to the file level. The client server aspect would be the SEP, the file share server, and the domain controller. The problems, is that there aren’t any redundancies for SEP or the domain controller so the if there is any maintenance that needs to be done that requires a reboot, the network can be unavailable. One of the good things is that the file share server is at RAID level 5, so we can lose up to, 2 hard-drives without losing data…