Design network for five storey buildings Tags: Computers Networking Last response: December 27, 2011 7:46 AM in Networking Share afza_ila December 26, 2011 1:10:55 PM Hello, how to design network with two buildings. each buildings five- storey buildings.buildings 1 has 200 computer and buildings 1 has 150 computer. which topology and cabling to use More about : design network storey buildings tigsounds December 27, 2011 6:38:42 AM Too many things we can't see and you could never describe well enough. Hire a consultant, and get it right the first time. m 0 l Saga Lout December 27, 2011 7:46:15 AM Hello and welcome to Tom's Hardware Forums. Or to put it another way, do your own homework and have a better chance of learning things properly. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNetwork Extention Between Buildings Forum SolvedWireless Network Between Buildings Update? Forum Solved2 buildings sharing a wifi network over fiber and cable..... Forum SolvedFirst build in five years Forum How to build this network design ?? Forum SolvedNetwork design software Forum $1500 Five-Year Desktop Refresh Build - Sanity Checking and Cheapness-ing Forum SolvedNetwork re design Forum SolvedMy neighbor is starting a small billing business and has asked me to help design the network. Forum SolvedCCTV network design Forum Home network design (second router vs switch) Forum Five internet provider join one network Forum Basic Adding-Firewall-to-Network Design Question (with Diagrams) Forum Network speeds are normal five minutes, drops after some minutes. Forum SolvedNeed help 'designing' a home network solution for my house Forum Which processor+Graphics card and network card is better for gaming, 3D design, multitasking, movies? Forum SolvedPC Build for Graphic Design & Digital Art Forum SolvedBuilding a Fast PC for Graphics/Design - looking for advice/specs Forum SolvedNew gaming/design build. need help. Forum SolvedCheap CPU Cooler for Micro build Fractal Design Core 1000 (not O.C) under $30 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !