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The subnets that are included in the site You should list the IP address range of the subnet, the name that will be assigned to the subnet object in Active Direc tory, and the subnet mask.
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Figure 5-3 A typical site diagram includes available bandwidth between locations.
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The Site Topology Owner
When designing a site plan, you should also give consideration to the people who will manage the site structure after its deployment. The site topology owner is the name given to the administrator (or administrators) that oversee the site topology. The owner is responsible for making any necessary changes to the site as the physical network grows and changes. The site topology owner s responsi bilities include:
Making changes to the site topology based on changes to the physical network topology. Tracking subnetting information for the network. This includes IP addresses, subnet masks, and the locations of the subnets. Monitoring network connectivity and setting the costs for links between sites.
Lesson 1
Designing a Site Topology
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. You are designing a site plan for a company that has full corporate offices in Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Each location is connected to the other two locations via a 512 Kbps connection. How many sites should you define
2. For what functions are sites used to control network traffic
3. What are the basic guidelines you should use when determining whether to create a site
Lesson Summary
Sites are used to control network traffic generated by workstation logon, Active Directory replication, Distributed File System (DFS), and File Replication Service (FRS). When preparing to design a site structure, you need to know the geographic loca tions of your company, the layout and speed of the LANs in each location, the TCP/IP subnets in each location, and the bandwidth between locations. You should create a site for each LAN (or set of LANs on a high-speed backbone), each location with a domain controller, and each location that hosts a site-aware service.
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Lesson 2: Planning Domain Controllers
Once you have defined the site boundaries for a network, the next step in creating a site plan is to determine the number and placement of domain controllers in those sites. You must also determine whether each domain controller meets the hardware requirements for running Windows Server 2003 and for meeting the demands placed on it. This lesson covers how to assess the need for domain controllers in a site, whether domain controllers should play any additional roles, and how to determine the capacity required by each domain controller.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Determine the placement of domain controllers within sites. Determine the placement of forest root domain controllers. Create a plan for global catalog servers. Specify operations masters roles for servers. Identify capacity requirements for domain controllers.
Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
Planning Domain Controller Placement
Domain controllers are responsible for authenticating user logons, maintaining security policy for a domain, and maintaining and replicating the Active Directory database throughout a domain. An important part of designing a site plan is creating a plan for placing domain controllers. Specifically, you need to determine the following when planning domain controller placement:
Whether a location needs a domain controller The number of domain controllers required in a site The placement of forest root domain controllers
Determining Whether a Location Needs a Domain Controller
The first step in creating a plan for the domain controllers on a network is figuring out where domain controllers should go. There is often a tendency to use too few domain controllers, with the assumption that the fewer domain controllers a domain has, the less management they require. There is also a tendency to place too many domain controllers, assuming that every distinct location on a network should have at least one. The assumptions behind both tendencies can be accurate, but are not always.
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