Riordan Manufacturing Company Inc. Wide Area Network

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The current architecture of the Riordan Manufacturing Company Inc. Wide Area Network and network security in place requires updated documentation. The purpose of this paper is to gather the existing information into a single format and evaluate the WAN and security documentation for an executive overview. Riordan Manufacturing, Inc. is an industry leader in the field of plastic injection molding. With state-of-the art design capabilities, they create innovative plastic designs that have earned international acclaim. Attention to detail, extreme precision and enthusiastic quality control are the hallmarks of Riordan Manufacturing. With facilities in San Jose, California, Albany, Georgia, Pontiac, Michigan and Hangzhou, China, the company…show more content…
These computers had 128 Megabytes of Random Access Memory. The next item was a third set of 5 Compaq Presario computers with 600 MHz processors. These computers had 256 Megabytes of Random Access Memory. The servers were our next item to inventory. We located two Compaq Proliant servers. These had Pentium III 800 MHz processors, and 512 Megabytes of Random Access Memory. Both servers run the Microsoft Windows NT operating system. One server is used for file and printer services and the other is used for exchange. We also noted two Hewlett Packard servers running their version of UNIX referred to as HP-UX. One server is used for ERP and the other is used for MRP II. Additional hardware at the Albany plant includes one Kentrox Datasmart 658 DSU/CSU, one Cisco router, three Nortel Baystack 450-24T Ethernet switches, and one 48 port patch switch. There were also two Hewlett Packard Laserjet V printers, one Universal Power Supply, and hardware for one Fractional T1 Line. We will now move on to the Pontiac plant to discuss the inventory conducted at that location. We again start off our inventory with the computer equipment located at this plant. The Pontiac facility has 15 Compaq Desktop computers. These have 486 processors running at 66 MHz and include 32 Megabytes of Random Access Memory. The next item we inventoried was 15 Compaq Presario computers that had 233 MHz processors. These computers came equipped with 64

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