Network Engineering

Whether you're looking for a small network consisting of just a couple of PC's or a large, enterprise network with multiple locations consisting of tens of thousands of end points. I have experience in all of them. Multi-site MPLS, Service Providers, Health Care organizations, Financial institutions, you name it.

I have designed scalable Software as a Service environments from the ground up using distributed switching and routing protocols across distributed MPLS networks.

Networking equipment that I am most familiar with is the Cisco IOS routing and switching devices, and the Juniper Netscreen firewall devices. However, I will evaluate your needs and budget and suggest the best solution to fit those objectives, rather than the most expensive or just some cookie cutter version that looks good on paper but is difficult to manage or scale.

Below is a list of some of the systems I am familiar with: 

 

  • Routers and Switches
    • Cisco IOS Based routers and switches including:
    • 2500 Series, 2600 Series, 3800 Series, 7200 Series, 12000 Series Switch Routers
    • 1900 Series, 6000 Series (Cat OS, Hybrid, and Native modes)
    • 3com Workgroup Series
    • Foundry Big Iron
  • Firewalls
    • Linux IP Tables / BSD Packet Filter
    • Checkpoint Firewall-1
    • Juniper Netscreen (with or without NMS)
    • Cisco Pix and ASA
  • Load Balancers
    • F5 Big-IP Global Traffic Manager (GTM)
    • F5 Big-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM)
    • F5 Big-IP 3DNS
    • Foundry Server Iron
    • Cisco Catalyst 11000
    • Cisco Content Switching Module for 6000 Series Switches
    • Alteon
  • Content Management
    • BlueCoat
    • Squid with Squidguard
  • Data Loss Prevention
    • RSA
  • Intrusion Detection / Prevention
    • TippingPoint
    • IBM ISS Preventia
    • Juniper Netscreen IDP
  • Security Incident Event Management
    • Novell Sentinel
    • Q1 Labs Q-Radar (repackaged by Juniper)

 

The list goes on and on.

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