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CNS Capstone

A COMPREHENSIVE NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

SUBMITTED TO THE

IT / COMPUTER NETWORKS SYSTEMS PROGRAM

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS

FOR THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE

By

Instructor – Roman Danyew

Table of Contents

Introduction to Cornerstone Communications………………………….................. 3

STAR MEDICAL’s Proposal Overview ……………………………….................. 4

Executive Summary………………………………………………………………... 6

Assumptions and Constraints………………………………………………………. 7

Deliverables………………………………………………………………………... 8

Project Details

Implementation and Timeline……………………………………………… 9 Network Topology........................................................................................ 11 IP Schema…………………………………………………………………. 16 Security…………………………………………………………………….. 17

Active Directory Structure…………………………………………………………. 18

Active Directory and Exchange……………………………………………………..19

Website hosting and developing…………………………………………………… 20

Maintenance and Training Plan …………………………………………………….22

Risk Analysis………………………………………………………………………. 23

Backup Plan…………………………………………………………………………24

Cost Analysis………………………………………………………………………. 25

Appendix…………………………………………………………………………… 26

Appendix A: Cost Analysis…………………………………………………27 Appendix B: Hardware…………………………………………………….. 29

Introduction to Cornerstone

Cornerstone Communications has been providing networking and data communications solutions for various companies since 2005. Cornerstone Communications has throughout the years stayed on top of current networking trends and technologies to ensure reliability and extensive network lifetimes for our customers.

Our clients range all across the northeastern states of the U.S. Cornerstone Communications mission to its customers is to provide them a network resolution that suits their needs and budget with the highest reliability that current technology can offer.

Cornerstone Communications has many different teams working within the company to maintain positive relations and to provide the highest level of customer service.

Technical Support – Cornerstone Communications offers its clients technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Technical support is available to help troubleshoot with clients to attempt to reach a resolution as soon as possible.

Sales Team – Cornerstone Communications sales representatives work with our potential customers to determine the customer’s needs and forward the information they gather to Cornerstone Communications’ design team.

Design Team – The design team at Cornerstone Communications is primarily responsible for the development of a project plan, diagrams, and the implementation of the project plan. The design team is then responsible for the presentation of their proposal to the client in a way that is easy for the client to understand.

Networking Team – Once a deal has been made with a client the project is then handed to the networking team. The networking team at Cornerstone Communications is responsible for the installation of all hardware, software, cabling, and any other type of device to be installed. The networking staff at Cornerstone Communications is the most crucial part of Cornerstone Communications. Training for client employees is also provided by the networking team.

Overview of Request for Proposal

The following is a list of Star Medicals major needs as stated in our documentation that Cornerstone Communications received.

Network Design

• Our design team must stay within the regulations regarding network design to remain in compliance with various regulations both local and federally. • The network must be separated into three networks consisting of Private, Private Wi-Fi, and Public Wi-Fi___33. • Each site will have a minimum of 12 touch screen computers and 35 Voice over Internet Protocol phones (VoIP). Along with the previously stated there will be 15 total Tough Books that will be stationary and mobile between the offices. • The network must have the ability and be able to facilitate a growth of double in the LAN. • The five locations will connect to the internet via the central locations network device at the offices wiring closet and forward any requests through that connection. • Each office will have their own Remote Domain Controller (DC) to handle all incoming and outgoing requests. These servers will also act as file and print servers in each location. • The Central location is only location that will have more than one server. The servers located in this location will include a Linux Server, Active Directory (AD)/Email Server and Backup Server. • All computers on the Star Medical network will have their IP addresses set statically and all computers Public network will obtain their IP addresses automatically from a DHCP server.

DHCP Server

• The Central Office will have a DHCP server to hand out IP addresses to the public access point on the Star Medical network. All other IP’s set on the network are static.

DNS and E-Mail

• DNS and e-mail servers will be implemented in a hierarchical manner with all services located on the main server at the Central Office. • All DNS and e-mail servers will be capable to communicate with each other in the event that the master server becomes unavailable. • The E-mail server will have Exchange pre-installed on it directly from the manufacture.

Remote Domain Controller (DC)

• Star Medical will need to have a DC server at each office site to interface with the main DC at Central Office for digital medical records, billing and HIPPA, as well as other functions • All of the DC servers must be accessible by any of the locations at any time. • All communication between offices will be handled through the routers in the central office.

Web Server

• Star Medicals central office will have a web server to host the medical offices website which will direct patients and clients to a magnitude of information that the providers feel to share. • The web server will have a Linux based operating system to help with performance and security.

Application Server

• All computer applications will be housed on the File and printer server at each office location to provide the IT staff with an easy solution to upgrading applications. The application server will host applications such as Microsoft Office 2010 Professional, the medical software used to bill the patients and their insurance companies and other software that is needed to ensure smooth operational functioning of the office.

FTP Server

• An FTP server will be setup to provide Star Medical staff with a quick way to recover missing or corrupt files.

Executive Summary

Cornerstone Communications has recently received a request from Star Medical to implement a network plan to meet the upgrades and potential growth. We believe that we have come up with the most reliable and secure plan to meet your needs at a reasonably low price. In our plan we have included options to provide Star Medical with our professional based on the requirements set before us. We have taken into consideration growth and development of technology and cost. Cornerstone Communications will take on all responsibility of hardware and software installations as well as an effective training plan to give the IT staff at Star Medical the tools they need to monitor and maintain their network.

Assumptions and Constraints

The following list is a few assumptions that Cornerstone Communications has made based the information STAR MEDICAL has presented.

• Star Medical will require cable installation inside of the building and old cabling removed from worksite by Cornerstone Communications. • Star Medical will require physical security of network components and servers. • Star Medical understands cooling will need to be available in each wiring closet. • Star Medical needs new workstations to be purchased and installed. • All computers and servers will have operating systems (Windows 7 Professional, Microsoft Server 2008, and Exchange 2011 already installed on the systems and ready for installation)

If we are incorrect with any of our assumptions we have made a few possible solutions.

• Cornerstone Communications can adjust price to reflect if cabling doesn’t need to be installed or removed from the locations. • Cornerstone Communications can adjust price list to reflect any changes that need to be made, only before installation and ordering has begun.

Deliverables

Cornerstone Communications has developed what is the best solution to tailored to your needs.

• Documentation will show proposed hardware and costs professionally selected options for Star Medical to better suit their budget and needs.

• We will provide a project schedule and implementation timeline to clarify each phase of the project.

• We will identify the network topology and layout. Our main highlights will include the following.

o Fiber optic-multi mode backbone between each building. o Segment LAN at each site into three networks, Public Wi-Fi, Private Wi-Fi and Private. o Successful network connectivity with remote office servers to the Central Office well as Internet connectivity. o Establishment of MDF’s at each location as well as an IDF at the Central Office. o Implementation of an IP subnet capable to meet current needs and to facilitate growth. o Installation of DHCP, DNS, and Application servers at each site. o Each location will have a separate DC server that will directly communicate with the main DC at the Central Office. o The Central Office will include the main DNS server, DNS, IIS, Active Directory, Exchange, Web, Application, and FTP servers.

• A comprehensive backup solution for data and power will be provided

• We will ensure security to the Private LAN as well as a firewall to deny access from any device outside the Star Medical network.

• Cornerstone Communications will present a training plan for the IT support staff for Star Medical to give them the necessary knowledge and tools to monitor and maintain the network.

• Star Medical will have a prototype for display to demonstrate our ability to connect the remote offices to the Central Office.

Project Details

Implementation and Timeline

There are going to be 7 major steps to complete the project. All days are business days.

1. Inspect locations

Verify the current setup and identify the requirements that STAR MEDICAL needs to accomplish before installation takes place. Also to identify the location of the new hardware and verify what is needed.

Diane: West, Darrin: East, Tim: North, Ike: South, Co-op: Central

An estimated 4.5 days will be needed to complete the inspection of all sites.

2. Purchasing and Delivery

All hardware that has been deemed necessary will be ordered and delivered to each site. During this time, Technician’s will be coordinated at each site to prepare for hardware installation. An estimated 18.5 days will be needed to complete purchasing and delivery of all sites.

3. Hardware Installation

All hardware will be installed and setup at each location. This includes all Workstations, Servers, Networking Equipment and Cabling. An estimated 17.5 days will be needed to complete hardware installation of all sites.

4. Software Installation

All software and server services will be setup and implemented at all locations. Routers, switches and firewalls will be configured and optimized for network communication between sites. Workstations will be setup with their appropriate network configuration. An estimated 4.5 days will be needed to complete software installation of all sites.

5. Finish Installation and Network Testing

All hardware and software installation will be finished and network setup will be verified and tested for problems. Security policies and firewalls will be tested for weaknesses from outside Internet connectivity. Backup solution will be tested and verified with a complete disaster recovery plan. An estimated 11.5 days will be needed to complete the finish Installation and network-testing phase of all sites.

6. Training

Training for the STAR MEDICAL administration and IT staff, so that they will be fully capable of maintaining and monitoring the network using SNMP standards. An estimated 5 days training will be needed for training.

7. Support Period:

10 day on call support. Any problems detected during this 10 day period will be corrected by Cornerstone Communications.

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Network Topology

Domain Diagram

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There is only one domain being used by Star Medical by all five sites. The name of the domain is starmedical.com. A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority, or control on the Internet. Domain names are formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS). Any name registered in the DNS is a domain name.

Domain Diagram with Site name overview

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This diagram is the same as the Domain diagram but with the remote offices labeled and the Central Office is represented by the bigger circle.

STAR MEDICAL Network Overview

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All network communications will be handled by the central office, including requests for internet access, Active Directory and anything else that would be offered on the remote servers.

Star Med Central

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The Central Office will house the master backup server, the Active Directory/FTP and Linux servers. This office is the central location and houses three servers and routes all network traffic. The application, main DNS, DHCP, Exchange and Active Directory servers will also be located in the MDF.

Star Med North, West, South, East

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All of the remote sites have the same layout as the others. Each office will have Wi-Fi access for the public as well as a private Wi-Fi access for the office use only. The locations will also have a file and print server on hand to handle that offices and local jobs and applications. The offices will be connected with a fiber backbone to the Central office which will host all incoming and outgoing traffic for internet.

IP Schema

The IP addressing scheme we chose is designed to make administering the network easier. Each IP address will allow STAR MEDICAL’s IT staff to identify if it belongs on the Public or Private network and what its physical location is. The chart below provides the details.

| |Med East |Med West |Med Central |Med North |Med South |
|Med Public |10.1.10.0/24 |10.1.20.0/24 |10.1.30.0/24 |10.1.40.0/24 |10.1.50.0/24 |
|Private (Hidden) |10.1.15.0/24 |10.1.25.0/24 |10.1.35.0/24 |10.1.45.0/24 |10.1.55.0/24 |
|Med Public Wi-Fi |10.1.10.10 - |10.1.20.10 |10.1.30.10 - |10.1.40.10 - |10.1.50.10 - |
| |10.1.10.254 |-10.1.20.254 |10.1.30.254 |10.1.40.254 |10.1.50.254 |
|Private (Hidden) |10.1.15.128 - |10.1.25.128 - |10.1.35.128 - |10.1.45.128 - |10.1.55.128 - |
|Wi-Fi |10.1.15.254 |10.1.25.254 |10.1.35.254 |10.1.45.254 |10.1.55.254 |
|Private (Hidden) computers |10.1.15.15 - |10.1.25.15 - |10.1.35.15 - |10.1.45.15 - |10.1.55.15 - |
|(Hardwire) |10.1.15.126 |10.1.25.126 |10.1.35.126 |10.1.45.126 |10.1.55.126 |
|Med Public Gateway |10.1.10.1 |10.1.20.1 |10.1.30.1 |10.1.40.1 |10.1.50.1 |
|Private (Hidden) Gateway |10.1.15.1 |10.1.25.1 |10.1.35.1 |10.1.45.1 |10.1.55.1 |
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| |Med East |Med West |Med Central |Med North |Med South |
|Server IP(s) |10.1.15.5 - |10.1.25.5 - 10.1.25.14|10.1.35.5 - |10.1.45.5 - 10.1.35.14|10.1.55.5 - |
| |10.1.15.14 | |10.1.35.14 | |10.1.55.15 |
|PC/Printer/VoIP IP's (range) |10.1.15.15 - |10.1.25.15 - |10.1.35.15 - |10.1.45.15 - |10.1.55.15 - |
| |10.1.15.126 |10.1.25.126 |10.1.35.126 |10.1.45.126 |10.1.55.126 |
|Router IP's |10.1.15.2 - |10.1.25.2 - 10.1.25.4 |10.1.35.2 - 10.1.35.4|10.1.45.2 - 10.1.45.4 |10.1.55.2 - |
| |10.1.15.4 | | | |10.1.55.4 |

Security

Security planning for the internal and external STAR MEDICAL network should be as follows.

• A nominal amount of training with the staff will have to be done with regards to physical and logical security. • Physical security will be provided by ADT Advanced security at each location • Logical security should be setup using the firewall for external use and ACL’s, managed switches, and password security for internal security. • Using monitoring programs to the benefit of the offices and to see where problems may rise. • Monitoring tools for service availability and bandwidth management. o MRTG (Multi Router Traffic Grapher) o Email Notification o Barracuda Backup

Active Directory Structure

STARMEDICAL.COM

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Active Directory

The Starmedical.com domain is made up of one primary domain structure for ease of use for Doctor and other medical staff needing to travel throughout the five locations.
With five locations on one network it will be easy for users to login at any location, view files, excess email, and transcribe medical records. Access to the network thru the private network is also available to authenticated users for research and web-based applications. Active Directory is setup to replicate thru each off site location to remain in sync with the central office domain controller, ensuring a secure dependable network setup.

Exchange

Microsoft Exchange Server is not only an email server, but it also serves as calendaring software, a contacts manager and to some extent an antivirus, anti-spam filtering software product. Exchange enables users to correspond thru email, setup calendar appointments and meeting with co-workers and save user information to a contact list all from one centrally located application. With exchange a user can look at a co-workers calendar to see when they might be free for a meeting or setup a distribution list of employees that need to receive the same email routinely. These are just some of the useful tools exchange has to offer. On the administrative side, exchange 2003 came with a new featured referred to as the enhanced disaster recovery, which enabled the administrator to bring the server online quicker by allowing the server to send and receive mail while the message stores are being recovered. No down time is seen by the users when administrators use these tools on their networks and in exchange. Email can be setup on a number of devices for the convenience of the user. Some people run desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets etc. With an exchange server you can sync to all your devices in real time and configure each device individually with rules for downloading from the server or just viewing and keeping it on the server until it’s opened on a different device and so on. Most users that have exchange will use Microsoft office outlook for their email, and when a user is on the go and does not have their own desktop or laptop, they still have the ability to log on the web from a public computer and view email thru OWA, outlook web access. Exchange also interfaces with Active Directory very well, allowing for replication and backup. You can take users directory from Active Directory to setup an email account, thus saving the administrator time and the company money.

Website hosting and development

Star Medical’s website will be hosted from a Linux and server from the Central office. The server will have a Linux and Apache based operating system on it. Linux will be used to host the website due to the following reasons:

• Linux was developed for and the first to do web hosting when the internet first started.

• Linux systems are well known for their ability to run for years without failure, making it great for all small businesses.

• Linux has 24 hour a day security support by the whole world who participates in making a Linux a better system.

• With Linux, there is no commercial vendor trying to lock you into certain products or protocols. Instead, you're free to mix and match and choose what works best for your business.

Apache

A web server is a system that stores information and delivers, or "serves," this data when needed. Every website on the Internet resides on a web server. When a user connects to a site, the server sends the data that is displayed on the screen. Several brands of web server systems exist. Apache Web Server has been in service since 1995, and is one of the most widely used.

• Apache Web Server is open source software. This means that the programming that powers the software can be viewed and edited by anybody in the world.

• This open design allows any programmer to create a custom solution based on the core Apache program, or extend the features of the software. Many of these custom extensions have been written and are available for free.

• If the perfect custom feature does not yet exist, it can be easily created.

• Apache is constantly being updated. Many programmers around the world constantly contribute to improvements, which are available to anybody using the web server.

• The open source approach means that users do not have to wait for full versions of the software to be released. Instead, small updates can be installed as soon as they become available.

• Apache Web Server has a large set of powerful features. These core features, combined with the extensions created by programmers around the world, help make the Apache platform competitive even against high-priced rivals.

• Apache has built-in support for a wide range of web programming languages, including Perl, PHP and Python.

• These languages are easy to learn and can be used to create powerful online applications. Apache also includes "SSL" and "TLS" support. These are protocols for sending encrypted data over the Internet, and are important in the development of safe online stores and other applications requiring privacy.

Samba

• Free and open-source • Portable across multiple platforms • Allows for easier networking of Windows workstations to computers running other platforms

Support

Linux and Apache Web Server feature a large user support community. Unlike many software companies that handle all program support from one location, Linux and Apache technical support is spread throughout multiple locations, companies, and forums. This distributed model of support allows users to obtain answers to technical questions nearly 24 hours a day, no matter where they are located. By being open source, and is connected to many users who are able to create technical patches and bug fixes very rapidly. As soon as a problem is found, users around the world communicate and contribute solutions. The result of this community support is software that is very stable and well maintained.

Portability

Apache Web Server is very portable. This means that it can be installed on a wide variety of servers and operating systems. Apache is able to run on all versions of the UNIX operating system. Linux is supported, as are the Windows NT and Mac OS operating systems. In comparison, Microsoft's own Windows Server typically can be installed only on Windows operating systems. From a hardware standpoint, Apache can be used on any server with an Intel 80x86 series of processor when it is combined with Windows. If Apache is being used on a UNIX or Linux operating system, nearly any processor type is supported. Overall, Apache is one of the most adaptable server systems currently available, and will run in a wide range of technical environments.

Maintenance and Training Plan

Once the project has been completed, Cornerstone Communications will begin the training of doctors, nurses and other personnel at each STAR MEDICAL location. The training will be for the length of 5 days from for a total of 40 hours. Each site will be trained simultaneously from Cornerstone Communications’ design team.

STAR MEDICAL’s IT staff will be trained on the router and switch configurations, IP addressing schemes, all servers and their configurations, troubleshooting techniques, and client node configurations. STAR MEDICAL will also be provided with contact information regarding their WAN connections.

Once training has been completed a support period will begin. This support period will last for 10 business days, 7 days a week 24 hours a day. During this period STAR MEDICAL will be responsible for “digging” into their network to find any bugs or potential problems. Upon the discovery of any problem STAR MEDICAL can contact Cornerstone Communications’ customer support to work out a resolution. All warranty information on hardware will be held by Cornerstone Communications until the expiration of the support period at which time STAR MEDICAL will be solely responsible.

One item to keep in mind is that although we will discontinue responsibility after the support period, Cornerstone Communications is always willing to listen to clients’ problems and give suggestions to help the client reach a solution.

Risk Analysis

The following table addresses particular events that may delay the completion of the project.

|Risk |Impact |Probability |Response |
|Late arrival of connectivity equipment |L |H |Push all servers to a “plug-n-play” |
| | | |state to minimize schedule |
| | | |interference. |
|Cable interference |H |M |Locate the source of interference and|
| | | |terminate it or insulate the cabling.|
|Damaged server or wrong server hardware |M |M |Send equipment back and obtain new |
| | | |equipment |
|Late arrival of servers |M |M |Send equipment back and obtain new |
| | | |equipment |
|ISP problems |M |M |Depending on response time of ISP, |
| | | |possibly find a new ISP. |
|VPN connectivity problems |M |M |Diagnose the source and implement |
| | | |solution. |
|Natural disaster |H |L |Resolution depends on the effects of |
| | | |the disaster. |
|Sudden increase in the pricing of resources |M |L |Consult with STAR MEDICAL. Perhaps |
| | | |find an alternative solution in the |
| | | |case of drastic changes. |
|Poor attendance during training phase |M |L |Hold multiple sessions or commute to |
| | | |certain locations for additional |
| | | |training if necessary. |
|Complications when migrating existing data |M |L |Perform any conversions or third |
| | | |party support. |
|Wrong equipment or damaged equipment |L |M |Send equipment back and obtain new |
| | | |equipment |

Backup Strategy

Hardware:

The Central Office will house the main backup server. The type of device will be a Dell PowerEdge R420 rack server and redundant cloud back up via a Barracuda backup server. Each office will retain its local information on their own file and print server that will be transferred to the main backup server in the Central office nightly. Each remote server will individually be set up to back up to the main backup server at their designated times.
Medical files including records will be backed up via a company named ADP advanced med. They provide a guaranteed recovery for all files that they backup. Software required to back up the software is provided by the company.

Each office will have a UPS system. The device we have selected, APC Smart-UPS 1500VA LCD RM 2U 120V, has an internal alarm, hot swappable batteries, connects via USB or serial, a 110 minute blackout run time, and 3 year electrical protection, 2 year protections on batteries, and a $150,000 lifetime equipment protection plan.

Strategy:

The Central office’s backup device will run a routine scheduled backup nightly that will pull the data from each individual network attached device (NAS) drive; this will be what has been stored on the file and print server at each location. Along with this data, it will backup Active Directory and the Microsoft Exchange email databases. These are items that we have deemed required for backup and any remaining items are to be discussed and implemented into the daily backup schedule. The latest copy of the data will be pushed through the Barracuda backup system located in the central office and a copy sent to cloud storage.

If by chance there is a disruption in the backup service from a remote location then the backup will be done on a partition on the local file and print server at that location until the disruption is fixed.

All new medical files and medical related files will be backed up automatically to ADP advanced Med cloud servers with a software provided by ADP.

Cost Analysis

Cornerstone Communications has worked hard to make an effective solution for STAR MEDICAL. One difference that you will find with our company is that we prefer to provide our clients with options. In our costs proposal we have given STAR MEDICAL options such as the client workstations, backup solutions, and WAN connections. Each option has been analyzed and determined to fit STAR MEDICAL’s needs within the RFP we received.

Cornerstone Communications bid is a total of $479,226 to give STAR MEDICAL. Cornerstone Communications can help determine what will be the best solution for STAR MEDICAL but overall it is STAR MEDICAL itself that knows what is best. If STAR MEDICAL has any suggestions regarding hardware, software, or WAN connections Cornerstone Communications will be readily available to share ideas and work firmly to meet STAR MEDICAL’s demands as a customer.

For exact details on the costs breakdown please refer to Appendix A and for hardware descriptions please see Appendix B.

Appendix

Appendix A: Cost Analysis Breakdown………………….……………………… 24

Appendix B: Hardware……………………………………………………………26

Appendix A – Cost Analysis

Recommended Hardware and Software

|Hardware |Quantity | Price| Total |
|Aircon 1200 Btu 18 Mini Split Air Conditioner |6 |$1,129.00 |$5,649.00 |
|Generac Backup Generator |5 |$4,199.00 |$20,999.00 |
|APC Smart-UPS 1500VA LCD RM 2U 120V |25 |$749 |$18,725 |
|ActivClient CAC Version 6.2 and 7.02 |100 |$29.00 |$2,900.00 |
|Belkin USB Smart Card CAC Reader |66 |$30.00 |$1,980 |
|Barracuda 490 Backup System |1 |$12,997.00 |$12,997 |
|SLE5542 Smart Card |100 |$135.89 |$135.00 |
|Total | | |$63,385.00 |
| | | | |
|Servers, Routers, & Switches |Quantity | Price| Total |
|Cisco 2901 Integrated Services Router |5 |$1,225 |$6,125.00 |
|Cisco SFE2010 48-port 10/100 Stackable Switch |6 |$687.00 |$4,122.00 |
|PowerEdge R420 Servers |7 |$2,276.00 |$15,932 |
|Dell SonicWall TZ 215 Fire Wall |1 |$972.00 |$972.00 |
|Cisco WAP561 Wireless Access Point |10 |$472.00 |$4,720.00 |
|Total | | |$31,871.00 |
| | | | |
|Desktop Hardware |Quantity | Price| Total |
|Toughbook F9 |15 |$2,969.00 |$44,535.00 |
|HP Touch Smart -9300 Elite |60 |$1,409.00 |$84,540.00 |
|Cannon image Runner 1750iF |10 |$2,600.00 |$26,000.00 |
|Cisco VoIP Phones |175 |$219.00 |$38,325.00 |
|Total | | |$193,400.00 |
| | | | |
|Equipment |Quantity | Price | Total |
|Conduit |500 |$2.45 |$1,225.00 |
|CAT5E 350 MHz, 1000 feet |5 |$165.00 |$825.00 |
|Patch Panels CAT5E 24 Port 19inch |5 |$35 |$175.00 |
|Rack Solutions KVM |1 |$385.00 |$385.00 |
|25U 4 post Server open Frame Racks |5 |$293.00 |$1,465.00 |
|Total | | |$4,075.00 |
| | | | |
|Outside Contracting & Install Services |Quantity | Price | Total |
|Shoreline Record Storage |Monthly |$720.00 |$720.00 |
|Shoreline Patient Chart Scanning |One Time |$810.00 |$810.00 |
|Employee Training Services |40 |$75.00 |$3,000.00 |
|Cat5 8wire Wall plate |250 |$4.00 |$1,000.00 |
|Total | | |$5,530.00 |
| | | | |
|Services |Quantity | Price | Total|
|Internet/ VOIP Verizon Fios (Monthly) |1 |$450.00 |$450.00 |
|Printer Service (Monthly) |5 |$350.00 |$1,750.00 |
|Total | | |$2,200.00 |
| | | | |
|DTS Additional Services |Quantity | Price | Total|
|ADT Small Business Security |5 |$931.99 |$4,676.00 |
|Dell Sonic Fire Wall 3 yr. Upgrade |One Time |$744.00 |$744.00 |
|Backup Service (All medical related files) |10 |$750/provider |$7,500.00 |
| | | |$12,920.00 |
| | | | |
|Software |Quantity | Price | Total |
|V-Sphere (cloud virtualization) |Unlimited |0 |$0 |
|MS Office 2010 Professional |75 |$119.00 |$8,925 |
|NCH Dictation Suite (Multi-User) |1 |$40.00 |$40.00 |
| | | |$8,965 |
| | | | |
|Star Med Labor |Hours |Rate | Total|
|Diane, Darrin, Tim, Ike |592 |$265 |$156,880 |
|Total | | |$156,880 |
| | | | |
|Total Price with Break Down |
|Hardware | | |$63,385.00 |
|Servers, Routers and Switches | | |$31,871.00 |
|Desktop Hardware | | |$193,400.00 |
|Equipment | | |$4,075.00 |
|Outside Contracting & Install Services | | |$5,530.00 |
|Services | | |$2,200.00 |
|DTS Additional Services | | |$12,920.00 |
|Software | | |$8,965 |
|Star Med Labor | | |$156,880.00 |
| | | |$479,226.00 |

Total Price for Star Medical: $479,226

Software is already installed on the workstations and servers. The price for the software is as follows.
Windows 7 Professional 1 License……………………………………………….....$85.00
Microsoft Server 2008 …………………………………………………………...$1500.00
Microsoft Exchange ……………………………………………………………...$1050.00
Appendix B - Hardware

Dell SonicWall TZ 215 Fire Wall

The Dell SonicWall TZ 215 is high performing; secure Unified Threat Management (UTM) firewall. The TZ 215 delivers effective anti-malware, intrusion prevention, and content/URL filtering along with the broadest mobile platform support for laptops, smartphones and tablets. It provides full deep packet inspection (DPI) without diminishing network performance, eliminating the bottleneck that other products introduce, and enabling businesses to realize increased productivity gains. Specifically designed for small businesses, distributed enterprises, branch offices and retail deployments, the TZ 215 is a simple integration of multiple point products into a single solution, driving down cost and complexity.

Performance Summary

Feature Value
Stateful Throughput3 500 Mbps
UTM Performance4 60 Mbps
Gateway Anti-Virus Throughput4 70 Mbps
Intrusion Prevention Throughput4 110 Mbps
3DES/AES VPN Throughput5 130 Mbps
Maximum Connections6 48000
Maximum UTM Connections 32000
New Connections per Second 1800

Wireless Capability
802.11b/g/n Standard
Firewalling Standard
Intrusion Protection Standard
Guest Services Standard
Dual-Band Wireless Standard
General Specifications
Interfaces 7 GbE, 1 Console Interface, 2 USB
Management CLI, SSH, GUI, GMS
Certifications EAL4+ (Pending), FIP 140-2 (Pending), ICSA Gateway Anti-Virus Detection
Nodes Supported Unrestricted
RAM 512MB
Flash Memory 32 MB
Site-to-Site VPN Tunnels 20
Global VPN Clients (Bundled) 2
Global VPN Clients (Maximum) 25
SSL VPN Net Extender Clients (Maximum) 2(10)
Virtual Assist Technicians (Maximum) 30-Day Trial (2)
0VLAN Interfaces 20
Unique Malware Threats Blocked 9,000,000+
Sonic Points Supported 16

HP Touch Smart 9300 Elite

System features
Processor Intel® Core™ i5-2400S (2.50 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores)
Operating system installed Windows® 7 Professional 64
Chipset Intel® H61
Form factor All-in-one
Memory Standard memory 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
Memory slots 2 SODIMM
Storage Internal drive 500 GB 7200 rpm SATA 3.0 GB/s NCQ, SMART
Optical drive Slim Tray-load SuperMulti DVD writer
Graphics Display 21.5" diagonal widescreen full HD WLED; viewing angle: 160° horizontal, 160° vertical; integrated webcam (1920 x 1080)
Graphic card Integrated Intel HD Graphics

Expansion features I/O ports, 2 USB 3.0, 4 USB 2.0, 1 audio headphone jack, 1 audio line out, 1 power connector, 1 RJ-45, 1 TV Coax connector (w/TV tuner option only), 1 IR-Emitter out (w/TV tuner option only),
Slots 1 full-height mini PCIe x1, 1 half-height mini PCIe x1 1 6-in-1 media card reader
Media devices Audio Integrated IDT 92HD91 Audio (Beats Audio); integrated high-performance stereo speakers; volume control and mute buttons (on keyboard on select skus); stereo headphone jack; stereo line out; integrated 2 MP HD low-light webcam with two built-in microphones; TV tuners (configurable)
Communication features
Network interface 10/100/1000
Power and operating
Requirements Energy efficiency compliance ENERGY STAR® qualified
Power Requirements

Panasonic Tough F9

General Operating System Windows 7 Professional
CPU Type Intel Core i5-520M (2.40GHz)
Screen 14.1" WXGA+
Memory Size 2GB DDR3
Hard Disk 320GB
Optical Drive DVD Super Multi
Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics
Video Memory Shared memory
Communication Modem, Gigabit LAN and WLAN
Card slot 1 x Type II PC Card Slot
Battery Life 7 hours
Dimensions 12.80" x 9.90" x 1.00" - 1.90"
Weight 3.60 lbs
Tech Intel vPro technology
Other Features TPM security chip v.1.2

Cisco 2901 Integrated Services Router

Specifications

2 integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
4 enhanced high-speed WAN interface card slots
2 onboard digital signal processor (DSP) slots
1 onboard Internal Service Module for application services
Fully integrated power distribution to modules supporting 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) and Cisco Enhanced PoE
Security
Embedded hardware-accelerated VPN encryption for secure collaborative VPN communications
Integrated threat control using Cisco IOS Firewall, Cisco IOS Zone-Based Firewall, Cisco IOS IPS, and Cisco IOS Content Filtering
Identity management that uses authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) and public key infrastructure
Voice
High-density-packet voice DSP module, optimized for voice and video
Standards-certified Voice XML browser services
Cisco Unified Border Element capabilities
Cisco Unity Express voicemail support
Support for Cisco Communications Manager Express and Survivable Remote Site Telephony

PowerEdge R420 Servers

Chassis Configuration 3.5" Chassis with up to 4 Cabled Hard Drives
Processor Intel® Xeon® E5-2440 2.40GHz, 15M Cache, 7.2GT/s QPI, Turbo, 6C, 95W, Max Mem 1333MHz
Memory Capacity 4GB RDIMM, 1333 MT/s, Low Volt, Single Rank, x4 Data Width
Warranty & Service 3 Year ProSupport and NBD On-site Service
RAID Configuration RAID 0 for H710P/H710/H310 (1-4 HDDs) with Cabled Chassis
RAID Controller PERC H310 Integrated RAID Controller edit
Hard Drives 500GB 7.2K RPM SATA 3Gbps 3.5in Cabled Hard Drive
Power Supply Single Cabled Power Supply 550W edit
Power Cords NEMA 5-15P to C13 Wall Plug, 125 Volt, 15 AMP, 10 Feet (3m), Power Cord
Power Management BIOS Settings

Cisco SFE2010 48-port 10/100 Stackable Switch

Ports 48 RJ-45 connectors for 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX; two 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T ports; 2 mini-GBIC ports; console port; auto medium dependent interface (MDI) and MDI crossover (MDI-X); auto negotiate/manual setting; RPS port for connecting to redundant power supply unit
Cabling type Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Category 5 or better for 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX; UTP Category 5 Ethernet or better for 1000BASE-T
LEDs PWR, Fan, Link/Act, Speed, RPS, Master, Stack ID 1 through 8
Layer 2 MAC table size 8000
Number of VLANs 256 active VLANs (4096 range)Port-based and 802.1Q tag-based VLANs; protocol-based VLAN; management VLAN; multicast TV VLAN; PVE; Generic VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
Layer 3 Static routing; classless interdomain routing (CIDR); 60 static routes; IPv4; forwarding in silicon - wire-speed forwarding of Layer 3 traffic
Management Web user interface, Built-in web user interface for easy browser-based configuration (HTTP/HTTPS)
SNMP SNMP versions 1, 2c, and 3 with support for traps

Barracuda 490 Backup

2 TB Suggested Backup Volume
4 TB Usable Internal Capacity
1U Rack mount Chassis
17.2 x 1.7 19.8 Dimensions (in.)
26 Weight (lbs)
1xGigabit Ethernet Connection
4.1 Amps Input Current
Data duplication
Integrated Cloud Replication
Site-to-Site Replication
Live Boot
Granular File and Message Recovery
Unified Management Interface
No per-user or per-application fees
4x2 TB Redundant Disk Array (Raid)
No per-user or per-application fees

APC Smart-UPS 1500VA LCD RM 2U 120V

Output Power Capacity 1000 Watt / 1440 VA
Max Configurable Power 1000 Watts / 0 VA
Nominal Output Voltage 120V
Output Voltage Distortion Less than 5%
Output Frequency (sync to mains) 50/60Hz +/- 3 Hz
Topology Line Interactive
Waveform Type Sine wave
Output Connections
(6) NEMA 5-15R NEMA 5-15R
Input
Nominal Input Voltage 120V
Input Frequency 50/60 Hz +/- 3 Hz (auto sensing)
Cord Length 2.44 meters
Input voltage range for main operations 82 - 144V
Input voltage adjustable range for mains operation 75 - 154V
Batteries & Runtime Battery Type Maintenance-free sealed Lead-Acid battery with suspended electrolyte: leak-proof
Typical recharge time 3 hour(s)
Replacement Battery APCRBC133

Aircon 1200 Btu 18 Mini Split Air Conditioner

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Generac Backup Generator

Rated Maximum Continuous Power Capacity (LP) 20,000 Watts
Rated Maximum Continuous Power Capacity (NG) 18,000 Watts
Rated Voltage (Single Phase) 240 Volt
Rated Maximum Continuous Load Current – 240 Volts 83.3 LP/75 NG
Total Harmonic Distortion Less than 5%
Main Line Circuit Breaker 100 Amp
Phase 1
Number of Rotor Poles 2
Rated AC Frequency 60Hz
Battery Requirement (not included) Group 26R 12 Volts and 525 Cold-cranking Amperes Minimum
Unit Weight 451 Pounds
Dimensions (L” x W” x H”) 48 x 25 x 29
Sound output in dB (A) at 23 ft. with generator operating at normal load 66
Sound output in dB (A) at 23 ft. with generator in Quiet-Test™ low speed exercise mode 60

CONTROLS
2-Line Plain Text LCD Display Simple user interface for ease of operation
Mode Switch
-Auto Automatic Start on Utility failure. 7 day exerciser
-Off Stops unit. Power is removed. Control and charger still operate.
-Manual/Test (start) Start with starter control, unit stays on. If utility fails, transfer to load takes place.
Engine Start Sequence Cyclic cranking: 16 sec. on, 7 rest (90 sec. maximum duration)
Engine Warm-up 10 seconds
Engine Cool-Down 1 minute
Starter Lock-out Starter cannot re-engage until 5 sec. after engine has stopped.

TRANSFER SWITCH & PRIORITY LOAD CENTER
No. of Poles 2
Current Rating (amps) 200
Voltage Rating (VAC) 250
Utility Voltage Monitor (fixed)
-Pick-up
-Dropout 75% - 65%
Return to Utility approx. 13 sec.
Exerciser weekly for 12 minutes Standard
UL Listed Standard
Enclosure Type NEMA 3R
Withstand Rating (Amps) 10,000
Lug Range 400MCM - #4
External Dimensions (H” x W” x D”) inches 30 x 16 x 7.1

ActivClient CAC Version 6.2 and 7.02

ActivClient is the smart card middleware from ActivIdentity that allows government organizations to easily use smart cards and USB tokens for a wide variety of desktop, network security and productivity applications. ActivClient enables usage of PKI certificates and keys, one-time passwords and static passwords on a smart card or USB token to secure desktop applications, network login, remote access, web login, e-mail and electronic transactions.

Belkin USB Smart Card CAC Reader

Product Name USB Smart Card/CAC Reader
Product Type Smart Card Reader
Connectivity Technology Cable
Interfaces USB
Media Supported Smart Card

SLE5542 Smart Card

SLE 5542, intelligent 256-Byte EEPROM with Write Protection function and Programmable Security Code

SLE 5542 replaces SLE 4442
SLE 5542 is 100% functional compatible to SLE 4442
256 x 8-bit EEPROM organization of Data Memory
32 x 1-bit Protection Memory
1. Byte-wise write protection of first 32 addresses (byte 0....31) of Data Memory
2. Manufacturer Code for unique identification of application
Data Memory (addresses 0....255) alterable only after verification of 3 Byte Programmable Security Code (PSC)
Advanced CMOS-technology optimized for security layout

Cannon image Runner 1750iF

Image Server Memory Standard/ Maximum: 512MB RAM

Network Interface Connection: Ethernet 10/100Base-TX

Other Interface: Standard: USB 2.0 (Host) x1, USB 2.0 (Device) x1
Letter Up to 52 ppm
First Copy Time 5.0 Seconds
Multiple Copies 1 to 999
Magnification 25% - 400% (1% Increments)
Preset Reductions 25%, 50%, 64%, 78%
Preset Enlargements 129%, 200%, 400%
Standard Paper Capacity (20 lb. Bond): 550-sheet Paper Cassette
100-sheet Stack Bypass

Optional: 550-sheet Paper Cassette (up to three)
Maximum Paper Capacity 2,300 Sheets
Output Sizes
Cassette Cassette 1/3/4: Legal, Letter, Statement, Executive
Cassette 2: Legal, Letter, Statement, Executive, Envelopes (COM10 No.10/Monarch/ DL/ISO-B5/ISO-C5) Δ*
Bypass Legal, Letter, Statement, Executive, Envelopes (COM10 No.10/Monarch/DL/ ISO-B5/ISO-C5), Custom Size [3-15/16" to 8-1/2" x 5-9/16" to 14-1/8" (99mm to 216mm x 140mm to 356mm)]
Acceptable Paper Weights
Cassette 17 lb. Bond to 28 lb. Bond
Bypass 17 lb. Bond to 34 lb. Bond
Duplexing Paper Size: Standard Automatic Trayless Duplexing (Statement to Legal)
Paper Weight: 17 lb. Bond to 28 lb. Bond
Warm Up Time from Power on: 30 Seconds or Less
From Sleep Mode: 10 Seconds or Less
Exposure Control Automatic or Manual (9 Levels)
Power Requirements 120V AC, 60Hz, 9.3A
Plug: NEMA 5-15P
Power Consumption: Maximum: 1.5kW or Less; Sleep Mode: 1W
Dimension 24-7/8" x 22-1/8" x 19-3/4"

Installation Space (W x D): 37-1/8" x 37-3/4" (with no optional equipment attached)
50-1/4" x 37-3/4" (with the optional Staple Finisher-H1 attached)
Weight Approximately 97.7 lb. **

Estimated Toner Yield 15,100 Images @ 6% Coverage
Basic Copy Features Preset R/E Ratios by Area, Finishing, Two-sided, Exposure Adjustment, Original Type Selection
Special Copy Features Image Combination, Frame Erase, Different Size Original, Sharpness, Mode Memory, ID card Copy
Scan Specifications
Network TWAIN Scan Standard
Network Scan Utility Color Network ScanGear
Security Specifications
ENERGY STAR® Qualified

Description Duplexing Automatic Document Feeder
Acceptable Originals Letter, Statement-R, Legal
Scanning Speed 52/52 ipm (300 dpi)
Paper Weights BW Originals: 13 lb. Bond to 34 lb. Bond
Color Originals: 17 lb. Bond to 34 lb. Bond
Description Cassette Module-Y1*
Acceptable Originals Legal, Letter, Statement, Executive

Acceptable Paper Type: Plain, Recycled, Color, 3-hole Punch, Heavy Paper (24 lb. Bond to 28 lb. Bond)
Capacity 550 Sheets x 1 Cassette (20 lb. Bond)
Paper Weights 17 lb. Bond to 28 lb. Bond
Dimensions 4-3/4" x 21-1/4" x 19-3/4"◊◊
Weight Approximately 17 lb.
Output Options
Finishers Output Trays
Description Staple Finisher-H1
Paper Weights 17 lb. Bond to 34 lb. Bond
Paper Size Legal, Letter, Executive
Number of Trays 1

Total Output Capacity:

Collate mode, Group mode, or no finishing mode selected: Letter/Legal/ Statement/Executive [500 Sheets (or 2-7/8" in height)]

Staple mode:
Letter/Legal/Executive [20 Sets (or 2-7/8" in height)]
Staple Capacity (Maximum): 50 Sheets (21 lb. Bond)
Dimensions 10-3/8" x 31-3/8" x 15-5/8"
Weight Approximately 23.1 lb.
Fax Board
Applicable Line 1 (Maximum)
Modem Speed Super G3: 33.6 Kbps
G3: 14.4 Kbps
Data Compression MH, MR, MMR, JBIG

Cisco VoIP Phones

The Cisco Unified IP Phone 7942G is a full-featured IP phone with speakerphone and handset designed for wideband audio. It is intended to meet the needs of needs of transaction-type workers with significant phone traffic. It has two programmable backlit line/feature buttons and four interactive soft keys that guide you through all call features and functions. The phone has a large, 4-bit grayscale graphical LCD that provides features such as date and time, calling party name, calling party number, digits dialed, and presence information. The crisp graphic capability of the display allows for the inclusion of higher value, more visibly rich Extensible Markup Language (XML) applications, and support for localization requiring double-byte Unicode encoding for fonts. A hands-free speakerphone and handset designed for hi-fidelity wideband audio are standard on the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7942G, as is a built-in headset connection and an integrated Ethernet switch.

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