Explanation:When you are faced with a network design, sometimes using something like a whiteboard or paper to draft the initial idea in the form of a loose logical topology can be easier than trying to sit down and draw complicated design ideas on the computer. The rough diagram can then be put to the digital form in your presentation where using Visio, Photoshop, Microsoft Word, or other programs will give the drawing a professional and cleaner look.You will also need to write up a document that has an intro explaining your diagram, which is the prelude to your real proposal that will outline the network in more detail later on. This is the “hook” that will get their interest and make them want to know more. This, in a sense, is your first impression and where you set the stage for the more boring details of the network. Balance selling your idea with giving them the information they need to explain what they will see next.Instructions:Create a document with the following: The first page will contain the email you will send to the President/Administration of the district. Keep the email short, professional, and contains enough details to keep their interest without overwhelming them with information. Confirming the requests by repeating them back with a solution, can be helpful to reaffirm that you are going to address those concerns. Be enthusiastic and friendly as you express how interested you are to work for them. The second page will have a short intro explaining your network diagram Briefly explain your network idea and how you will accomplish the goals set before you. Keep in mind, no detail is required here, since your proposal will contain the details. The third page will contain the logical topology of the network. Using a program (even Microsoft Word is fairly easy to use), design a logical topology of the network to show the services that will be provided and how they will interact in a logical way.
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