Classroom network

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(The following diagram is available as an 8.5" x 11" page in DjVu format. Click it to go to the downloadable image page and click that to get a full-size image)

Network diagram

Classroom networking diagram, circa 2019.03.18 Diagram of classroom network devices and cables,
traced and documented by Bobby circa 2019.03.18


The following text is almost verbatim from Bobby's e-mail message. I have attempted basic formatting but it could use more reformatting work (probably as a wiki table) to make it readable.

On floor below clock:

  Netgear ProSAFE 16-Port Gigabit Click Switch
         1 - gray   - TP-Link Router 2
         2 - gray   - Printer (paper) computer
        14 - white  - open (by laser cutter)
        16 - orange - renderadmin computer
    others -          no connection

On bottom shelf over sink:

  LinkSys VOIP Voice
    Phone    - phone cable - Uniden EX18560 phone
    Internet - blue        - LinkSys switch 6

  C7 TP-Link AC1750 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Router
    Internet   - blue   - D-Link switch
    Ethernet 1 - gray   - open
             2 - yellow - TP-Link switch 7

On middle shelf over sink:

  D-Link Wireless AC750 Dual-Band Router DIR-817LW
    LAN 4    - blue - TP-Link switch 8
    Internet - gray - LinkSys switch 5

  TP-Link TL-SG1008D Gigabit Switch
  (Numbering from left to right)
    1 - yellow - wall socket
    2 - gray   - Netgear switch 1
    3 - blue   - 3D printer computer
    4 -          no connection
    5 - black  - Linksys switch 1
    6 -          no connection
    7 - yellow - TP-Link router Ethernet 2
    8 - blue   - D-Link router LAN 4

  Linksys Gigabit 8-Port Workgroup Switch 
  (Numbering from right to left)
    1 - black - TP-Link switch 5
    2 -         no connection
    3 - gray  - open (below HARC)
    4 - black - open (below HARC)
    5 - gray  - D-Link router Internet
    6 - blue  - Linksys VOIP Voice Internet
    7 - blue  - open (below HARC)
    8 -         no connection

On table below TV screen:

  D-Link igreen DGS-1005D switch
    1 - blue   - TP-Link router Internet
    2 - gray   - open
    3 -          no connection
    4 -          no connection
    5 - yellow - TV computer

If I read this right 3 of the 4 switches are unnecessary!