Design an ethernet network to connect a single client pc
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1.  Design an Ethernet network to connect a single client PC to a single server.  The two devices are 410 feet apart.  They need to communicate at 800 Mbps.  Your design will specify the locations of switches and the transmission line between the switches.

2.  Add to your design in the previous question.  Add another client next to the first client.  This client will also communicate with the server and will also need 800 Mbps in transmission speed.  Again, your design will specify the locations of switches and the transmission line between the switches.



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