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This section introduces both the subject of the report- that is the project you are doing and writing about in this report- and the structure of the remainder of the report.
Staff will look for:
Clarity with which the subject is introduced Does this correspond with what was agreed?How well you have introduced the structure in section 1.4

1.1 Aims and Objectives
The main aim of this project is to analyse the Comparison of EIGRP and OSPF based on their convergence rate over various network Parameters:

  1. To analyse several scenarios, link failures of EIGRP and OSPF on different network.
  2. To identify changes in the network topology while using EIGRP and OSPF.
  3. To investigate the difference in convergence time Parameters such as
    Failure Detection, Event propagation, Routing process and FIB updates in
    relation to suitable network topology.
  4. To measure their end to end delay by network simulation software.
  5. To evaluate EIGRP and OSPF for real time applications such as voice,
    video based on their convergence rate.
  6. To investigate their Convergence time, Packet loss, and administrative cost.

1.2 Project Deliverables
Subheadings as above. Simply list the deliverables of your project, i.e. what did you intend to produce when you started this project. This may include, circuit diagrams, hardware prototypes, simulation results and of course this report.

1.3 Project Plan
Give a detailed project plan here. You probably have this in your Project Proposal. You simply list ALL the tasks that needs to be done as part of your project and organise them is date order. Gantt charts are neat way of organising the tasks and show how various tasks depend on each other. For example, there is no point designing a PCB artwork before designing the circuit and this can not be done unless you have a proper specification. Make sure ALL the tasks you need to carry out as part of the project is listed in order to produce a detailed Gantt chart.

1.4 Risk Analysis
What were the main risks associated with the completion of your project? You can simply create a table stating the risks, probability of those risks and what you have done to minimise those risks and ensure the success of your project.

1.5 Legal, Social, Ethical and Professional Issues
What are the social implications of the project you are carrying out? What are the legal stipulations/implications for your project? These may range from Copyright and Patent infringements to Ro HS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling). Ethical and professional issues are equally important
and must be considered as part of any project you carry out.

1.6 Report Structure
Simply outline how your report is structured. This is a brief summary of each section of your report. You simply inform the reader what he can expect to find out in each section; about a paragraph of description for each section.

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