Referencing Styles : APA Part B Objectives In this part of the Assessment Item1, you will complete your logical network design report based on the written and oral feedback that you received after your presentation in Part A. Please refer to the Unit Profile to see how this part of the assessment item relates to the ULOs. Requirements You are required to analyse the scenario given on page 5 and complete a logical design of the network. In Part A of Assessment item 1, you have presented your logical network design to the tutor. In Part B of the assessment item 1, you will improve your design based on the feedback that you received in Part A and complete your logical network design report. In order to undertake your design, you may need to make justifiable assumptions. You will need to include them in your report. You also need to support your design with the outcomes of the specified weekly discussion questions. The report must follow the Harvard citation and referencing guidelines. You also need to upload the logical network design report. This report should include: 1. The list of requirements 2. The list of assumptions â€“ Note: The assumptions are not the requirements that have been provided in the task. They are the additional requirements that you may need for your design. 3. The logical network diagram(s) 4. The explanation of your logical network design 5. The justification of your logical network design 6. The model for addressing and naming 7. The list of routing and switching protocols 8. The list of security mechanisms Note: Please do not include an executive summary, a table of contents, an introduction or a conclusion. Please see the marking criteria. Note: Additional information regarding this assessment item may be placed on the unit website. Please check the unit website at least once a week for further information relating to this report. Please ensure that you write your answers in your own words to avoid possible plagiarism and copyright violation. You can understand the Plagiarism Procedures by following the corresponding link in the CQUniversity Policies section of the Unit Profile The Scenario for Network Design Assessment Tasks Your company in Australia specialises in designing networks for local and international clients. It has won a contract to design a comprehensive network for a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Academics for Academics (A4A) that has its head office and the branch office in Sydney and Singapore respectively. Being a NGO, A4A funds all of its projects and activities from public donations. A4A has a team of 10 staff members, and 6 of them are located in Sydney office and the remaining four are located in the Singapore office. A4A was established to help small public and private universities and colleges in Australia and Southeast Asia. The private universities and colleges that are interested in receiving the service of A4A need to register with A4A and become its member institutions. The academics and experienced professionals who like to provide a voluntary service such as teaching a subject, supervising a research project or development of curricula for a member institution, can register their interests with A4A. After a recruiting process, they can become members of A4A. A4A then recruit them to short term assignments at its member institutions. The recruitment process of members starts with the academics and experienced professionals completing a web application of A4A. Once shortlisted, the applicants are interviewed online by a team of A4A staff members. The members that are recruited to various projects will be provided with accommodation, meals, medical and travel expenses. Once recruited to a project, the A4A member will work at the member institution but the information produced by the member, except the emails, marked assignments and exams will remain the property of A4A and the member. As such, all those information should be handled and stored by the information system of A4A irrespective of the location where the member works. A4A needs the guarantee that the various data and information in their information system are secured. Using the top-down network design methodology that you learned in this unit, design the network of Sydney and Singapore offices of A4A. Each step of your design should clearly explain and justify how you satisfy the requirements of A4A.