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Senior Network Engineer Resume

FL

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY:

  • Over 24 years of experience as an IT consultant and network engineer
  • Has 16+ years of experience as Sr, Principal, or Lead Infrastructure Architect
  • Responsible for leading and working as one of a team of 7 - 10 Architects in the design of all Shell US WAN and LAN network transformation to Confidential & Confidential AVPN (MPLS) managed network services
  • Previous member of Shell Design Review Board (6 members globally) responsible and accountable for approval of high all high complexity architectural designs, implementation plans, and architectural standards in the Americas region, and for other regions as needed
  • Lead Architect over a team of 5 Architects in the design and network transformation of approximately 990 sites delivered over approximately 8 months Confidential Waste Management while leading other key architectural projects and initiatives
  • Lead Architect for the design, development, testing, and deployment of Global QoS architectural design solution involving implementation of tools, and development of an enduring process to manage and maintain QoS Policy as new appliations and business requirements are introduced into Confidential ’s global estate.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Applications/Operating Systems: MS-DOS, Windows 95/98/2000, Window NT 3.51/4.0, MS FrontPage 98/2000, Lotus 123, WordPerfect, Norton Utilities, WinFax Pro, PC Anywhere, MS Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Lotus Organizer, Lotus SmartSuite, Paradox, FoxPro, DBASE, AlphaFour, Procomm, MS Office97/2000, Adobe Photoshop, Internet Information Server 3.0/4.0, Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0, Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, BackUp Exec, Beyond Mail, Expert Advisor, Support Magic, Eicon Access for Windows, AS 5250, SubmitWolf Pro, WebPosition, WebTrends, CiscoWorks, WhatsUP, Visio, NetViz, and more.

Programming Exposure: Assembly Language, Turbo Pascal 3.0-7, Delphi, C++, FoxPro, DBase III+/IV, Quick Basic, HTML, Perl, Python

Hardware Exposure: Over 24 years with X86 PC's and IBM compatible devices, Over 5 years experience with Computer Telephony equipment, Over 16 years experience with Networking Equipment

Network Operating Systems/Protocols/Services/Equipment: Novell Netware 2.2-4.12, Windows NT 3.51/4.0, Windows for Workgroups, and Banyan VINES .LAN/WAN and infrastructure equipment such as gateways, routers (Cisco 800,1000, 1600/1700/2500/ 2600 , 3600, 4000, Catalyst 5500/6500, and 7500 series), Cisco PIX 515/525, Cisco VPN 3015, Bay Networks AN, Bay 350T/F, Bay 450T/F, Bay Accelar 1200, Bay 5000 series, Ascend Max/Pipeline, HP Proteon, and Netopia routers, various switches, hubs, bridges, concentrators, protocol analyzers (Network Associates), 56K/64/128k/256k/T1 DSU/CSUs, Larscom ORION 4000 IMUX/T1, Verlink DLS 2100 DS3 CSU (High Speed Frame Relay). Knowledge of TCP/IP, DHCP, AppleTalk, Ethernet, TokenRing, FDDI, SNMP, POP3, SMTP, IPX, RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IS-IS, BOOTP, HSRP, SRB/RSRB/SR/TLB, DLSw+, STUN, DLC, HDLC, UDP, DDP, NFS, IPX/SPX, NWLink, NetBEUI, ATM, SMDS, SAP, ARP, PPP, MPPP, PPTP, VPN, RADIUS, TACACS+, VLAN, VTP, CGMP, PIM, FTP, Telnet, HTML, IPSec VPN, GRE, and many more technologies.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Confidential, FL

Senior Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Development of network design plans and reference architectures and standards for secure, high-performance networking across the enterprise.
  • Develop enterprise-wide architectures, standards, design guides, processes, and other reference guides in a technology leadership role.
  • Design complex new technology into the production network. Develop and communicates network infrastructure design plans, future strategic and tactical plans to support decision making activities.
  • Research and recommend next generation network technology, products, & services. Designs customized solutions as required to support Business objectives.
  • Consult peer groups in the development of project plans & architectures. Oversee lab tests, proofs-of-concept, bug scrubs, and other technical evaluations to ensure that new technology fits into the network and performs as expected.
  • Provide technical leadership experience in a large, complex enterprise sites, architectures and solutions.
  • Architecting world-class, large-scale data networks for global enterprises that maximize security, performance, scalability, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Maintain and project manage full hardware and software lifecycle processes and deployments and new approved hardware footprints. Working with business units to rapidly develop and implement solutions.
  • Directly or indirectly leading teams of engineers in the implementation of complex technology.
  • Building and supporting enterprise LANs, MANs, WANs, VPNs, and remote access solutions in a variety of topologies.
  • Developing and communicating large-scale standards, procedures, and other reference documentation to guide technical teams throughout an enterprise. Building network infrastructure in current-era data centers. Experience with multiple vendor switching, routing, and security products (i.e. not just Cisco).

Confidential, Houston, TX

Managing Principal Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Project Lead Architect for the Confidential Global QoS project.
  • Lead the design and development of a comprehensive QoS architectural design and management solution for the entire Global Confidential estate (excluding offshore and retail) with the development of an enduring process to manage and maintain QoS for the future. The solution involves the use of various tools such as LiveAction, Net Linedancer, Cisco Prime LMS.
  • Lead deployment, cutovers and remediation efforts globally working with teams and stakeholders across Americas, EMEA, and APAC.
  • Create all associated project deliverables in accordance to ACP ( Confidential ’s Architectural Common Process based on TOGAF9)
  • Develop comprehensive testing topology representative of the majority of the Confidential estate and coordinate policy hardware and software testing
  • Additional responsibilities and details can be provided upon request

Confidential, Houston, TX

Lead Architect

Responsibilities:

  • This position has all the same responsibilities of the previous position with full accountability for all Architecture and Design work (post transformation) for the customer’s Confidential & Confidential Managed portion of WM network infrastructure, and additional responsibilities outlined below.
  • Lead Architect charged with implementation of the technical solution for managed WAN and LAN cutover network transformation and equipment refresh of approximately 900+ sites in approximately 8 months. Responsible for developing and maintaining architectural standards. Develops architectural solutions and standards that in corporate new technologies, and best practices (post-transformation)
  • Responsible for translating business needs into technical solutions, and defining solutions to problems through reasoned application of information technology.
  • Determine integrated hardware and software architecture solutions that meet performance, usability, scalability, reliability, and security needs.
  • Solves complex, critical problems related to significant and unique issues.
  • Use advanced extensive research and interpretative thinking to develop and utilize innovative methods in developing solutions.
  • Works on abstract problems requiring evaluation of intangible variables
  • Coordinates design and integration of total system including subsystems. Researches and recommends technology to improve the current systems.
  • Contributes through development of advanced technologies/concepts with global reach or industry application. Applies expert knowledge and broad understanding of multiple disciplines.
  • Integrates expert knowledge of technical principles/methods of multiple disciplines with knowledge of products/services and internal operations.
  • Has influence on organization goals/objectives.
  • Applies discretion to develop innovative solutions to problems without precedent.
  • Lead contributor on critical projects/technology initiatives.
  • Develops enterprise wide integrated solutions. Contributes to complex and innovative business solutions to achieve strategic objectives.
  • Provides technical expertise to peers across the company.
  • Serves as an advisor on ATT technologies/systems/procedures.

Confidential

Technical Team Lead / Design Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for leading a 7 member team of engineers for design of all Shell US WAN and LAN network transformation to Confidential & Confidential AVPN (MPLS) managed network services.
  • Develop processes and procedures for transformation and coordinate development of technical design deliverables for each site location (network equipment inventory, connectivity diagrams LAN/WAN layer 2/3, proposed transformed architecture diagrams, traffic trending/analysis reports, etc.
  • Train US and other country network design teams on various processes associated with transformation, network design issues, creating technical designs, implementation plans, and the operation and use of internal tools and resources for transformation.
  • Perform network discovery and analysis, develop network architectural diagrams, identify potential design issues with respect to transformation (Firewalls/DMZ/Red flags), identify single points of failure, and recommend new designs based on best practices and Shell global standards.
  • QA Engineer/member of US Shell Design Review Board which is responsible the technical review and approval for all US network designs.
  • Responsible for transformation support and troubleshooting during all migration activities.
  • Responsible for creating transformation network designs and implementation plans for very high complexity sites and data centers.
  • Equipments being deployed are Cisco 7200VXRs, Cisco 3845s, Cisco 2821s, 1841s, 6506s, and 7304s. WAN circuits are 1Gig/100Mb Ethernet, OC3, PPP DS3/T1, and MLPPP NxT1.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Operational and project based network engineering and support on Confidential ’s high availability and high security network infrastructure.
  • Deployments involved both ATM and T1/DS3 (MPLS) connections
  • Troubleshooting and support involved layer 2 switching and layer 3 routing problems, Checkpoint and Cisco Pix ASA FW issues, and F5 Load balancers.
  • Network analysis and troubleshooting of various network issues, and customer switching infrastructure problems.
  • Covered on-call pages and coordinated troubleshooting for major issues on high visibility conference calls and multi-person Sametime chat sessions.
  • Implemented changes coordinated through change management process
  • All projects involved device monitoring/management (Solarwinds and CiscoWorks), and creating bandwidth graphs, as well as services monitoring (F5’s) where needed.
  • Network documentation using Visio.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Business Services Fiber/Metro Ethernet transparent LAN services delivery using Cisco 3750G-12S/24TS and 3560s using point-to-point Q-in-Q and high speed internet, as fiber/copper hand-offs.
  • Large wireless deployments,cutovers, assessments (pre-deployment), and hardware proposals
  • Network analysis and troubleshooting of various network issues, and customer switching infrastructure problems.
  • All projects involve entering devices into monitoring, and creating bandwidth graphs, as well as services monitoring where needed.
  • Design, configure, and optimize redundant network communication links with 3rd party business partners implemented through various methods (IPSec Tunnels or EoMPLS)
  • Provide network systems documentation using Visio, MS Word, and MS Excel.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Network Analysis/Scanning/Audit of LAN/WAN Network architecture:
  • Routing and Switching - Auditing equipment and configurations
  • Voice Infrastructure - Auditing equipment and configurations
  • Security - Audit equipment and configurations
  • Enterprise Network Security Assessment
  • Developed and deployed enterprise QoS policy on routers and switches -
  • Configured CBWFQ-Priority queue given to SIP Voice traffic over all other traffic (IP traffic-LDAP, DNS, DHCP, Telnet, RPC,NTP, etc)
  • Applied service policy configuration on Routers Confidential edge to MPLS Cloud to mark and priority queue voice traffic over all other classes.
  • Configured L2/L3 switching QoS Confidential all layers of network topology (core, access, distribution)
  • Worked with carrier to order appropriate QoS product for enterprise.
  • Enabled COS/DSCP trust points, classified traffic and marking/queuing service policy application Confidential each site's LAN Core, WAN Core, MPLS Provider Edge, and queuing across GRE/VPN Tunnels.
  • Configured PKI/CA and RADIUS Servers (IAS) for 802.1x
  • Configured Dial-in VPN client to use RADIUS Server using CA for authentication via AD credentials and optimized DMVPN tunnel stability via adjustment of keep alive, and EIGRP hold timers.
  • Deployed Teleworker solution Cisco 871 DMVPN to allow access for business PC to internal systems and other unauthenticated personal devices connected to switch ports to have guest access to the internet ( Solution provided via 802.1x Port Authentication) Configured teleworker wireless clients to authentication via 802.1x.
  • Configured corporate wireless APs to use 802.1 x authentications and provide unauthenticated Guest access to Internet.
  • Configure IOS Firewall Security ACLs (protect against IP Spoofing RFC 1918/2827/IDS inspect rules, audit trail, alerts, and CBAC global timeouts on Internet router,
  • Enabled banner security messages and applied router threat mitigation - Disable exploited router services: BOOTP, CDP, Auto-config, DNS, Finger,etc.
  • Configure SNMP/VTP/EIGRP/BGP protocol authentication where needed, and log neighbor changes.
  • Configure CLI on all IOS Devices to use RADIUS Authentication for login.
  • Provided deliverables on all changes made, QoS Policy, security assessment document, current network diagram in Visio, recommendations applying best practices for configuration management and SNMP/Syslog monitoring solutions, and IOS CLI snippet guides to utilize for additions or changes needed in the future.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Completed a major migration of 11 markets (approximately 20,000 users) purchased from Charter Communications over to Confidential network backbone using 3750s, and existing ubr7246/ubr10012 platforms over Ethernet optical LAN transport. These migrations included MPLS VPN (PE), EoMPLS, IPSec VPNs, IT network traffic, VOD (Video-on-Demand), CMTS, and VOIP networks that run across a nationwide OC192 backbone.
  • Prepared equipment configurations and network diagrams for migration and handled all technical tasks involved in completing the migration (including all logistics) during maintenance windows in a very short time frame.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Design, test, and install various hardware and software for VPN/Firewall, network systems as requested.
  • Tested Cisco CSS 11500 and F5 LTM 6400 platforms for production applications.
  • Prepared and configured F5 LTM 6400 load balancers in Active/Standby configuration for production deployment to integrate with Tivoli Identity and Access Manager solution.
  • Built staging lab with out-of-band management and power control systems. Re-organized test lab with Cisco Call manager, Cisco ASA, and various Cisco switches. Assisted in critical testing and resolution of issues for the upgrade of Baker Hughes global wireless ACS infrastructure to Cisco Secure ACS v4.01.
  • Prepared cisco 805 router with IPSEC VPN w/NAT tunnel configuration to connect with 3rd party customer for deployment.
  • Created various network systems documentation and deliverables using Visio, MS Word, and MS Excel.
  • Provided network troubleshooting on various complex issues.
  • Prepared and tested fail-over of 2 ASA firewall security appliance 5540s for deployment
  • Troubleshot server drive failure issues with Vericept server (a Dell Power Edge 2950 running RedHat with a security monitoring application for preventing theft of trade secret information)

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Business Services Fiber/Metro Ethernet transparent LAN services delivery using Cisco 3750G-12S/24TS and 3560s.
  • Wireless deployment assessment and hardware recommendation
  • VPN secure tunnel configurations
  • ASA 5530 firewall security appliance deployment
  • High level network analysis and troubleshooting of VPN (7600 series and vpn 3030 concentrators), network integration issues, and customer switching infrastructure problems between 6509and 4507 platforms.
  • Design, configure, and optimize redundant network communication links with 3rd party business partners implemented through various methods (IPSec tunnel Cisco to other vendors such as NetScreen)
  • Provide network systems documentation using Visio, MS Word, and MS Excel.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Design, provision, install, test, support, monitor, manage and maintain hardware and software for VPN/Firewall, network systems.
  • Support EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, and MPLS routing/switching environments.
  • Support ATM/Frame/PRN technologies. VPN/Firewall technologies are supported on IOS FW/IDS and PIX 5XX platforms. Network equipment: Cisco 3750G, 4507, and 6513 core switches in Houston datacenter and other locations.
  • Design, configure, maintain, monitor, and optimize redundant network communication links with 3rd party business partners implemented through various methods (IPSec Cisco to other Vendor tunnels/NAT)
  • Provide level 3 support as part of the Network Engineering group to support installed base and build out of new locations on all network related aspects
  • Provide network systems documentation using Visio, MS Word, and MS Excel.
  • Enterprise deployment of full CiscoWorks LMS 2.5.1 Common Services Suite (CiscoWorks Campus manager, Internetwork Performance Monitor, Device Fault Manager, Resource Manager Essentials, and CiscoView, Cisco Management Server)
  • Setup Cisco wireless AIR-AP1131AGs
  • Manage and maintain SLAs using HEAT ticketing system and monitoring tools such as NetQOS, Ciscoworks, and other tools.

Confidential

Technology Consultant

Responsibilities:

  • Design, provision, install, test, support, monitor, manage and maintain hardware and software for VPN/Firewall, network, and Cisco VOIP systems.
  • Support EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP routing environments.
  • Support ATM/Frame/ISDN technologies. VPN/Firewall technologies are supported on IOS FW/IDS, VPN 3030, PIX 506E and 515E platforms. Network equipment: Cisco 4507 Core switch in Houston datacenter, 6513 in Tulsa datacenter, with Cisco 3660s Confidential both locations for WAN Core.
  • Design, configure, maintain, monitor, and optimize redundant network communication links with business partners implemented through various methods (VSAT C-band & KU Band/Microwave)
  • Provide level 3 support as part of the IT Operations group to support installed base and build out of new locations on all network related aspects.
  • Provide network systems documentation using Visio, MS Word, and MS Excel.
  • Performed MPLS conversion of US and Canadian sites and deployed CBWFQ Enterprise QoS/CoS policies to optimize network and voice applications performance
  • Deployed Cisco Call Manager Express and Cisco Unity Express on 2800 series router platforms and setup Cisco IP Phones 7940/series, and Cisco ATAs, and Cisco 3560 PoE switches. Migrated an existing CME/CUE System and PRI to new location with new 2800 series (CME/CUE) Router and new PRI (Hot-Cut).
  • Setup Cisco wireless AIR-AP1131AGs, and developed Enterprise Wireless Security solution to implement 802.1x/WPA2 using RADIUS/TACACS+.
  • Manage and maintain Websense URL filtering and monitoring system and Solarwinds Internetwork Performance Monitor network monitoring and management software tool.

Confidential

Transformation Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Transformation of Textron Account WAN from Confidential & Confidential -NET to Confidential & Confidential MPLS
  • Cloud Site discovery involved inventory, asset tagging, network architectural diagramming, identify potential issues with respect to transformation (Firewalls/DMZ/Red flags), identify single points of failure, and recommend best Practices
  • Build documentation as deliverables for each site location (network equipment inventory, connectivity diagrams LAN/WAN layer 2/3, proposed transformed architecture diagram, traffic trending/analysis reports from Concord (monitoring and management tool) and Confidential & Confidential Healthy Net (network monitoring tools), PTM (Physical Technology Model as a client document)
  • Create optimized network routing plans for each location which involved analyzing all tail site router and switch configurations
  • Perform transformation deployment for TFC Corporate and other highly significant large WAN hubs and all of their respective tail locations.
  • Change management for transformation involved building implementation, back out, and pre/post test plans
  • Circuit turn up and testing along with EIGRP, BGP, and IPX over GRE tunnel router configurations
  • Routers deployed are as follows: Tier 1 Cisco 7200VXRs, Tier 2 Cisco 3845s, Tier 3, Cisco 2851s WAN circuits were ATM/Frame-Relay/Point-to-Point T1, NxT1, or DS3
  • Domestic travel required for implementations

Confidential

Network Traffic Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Operation and support of local and remote portions of SISCO (Stewart Information Services Corporation) enterprise network.
  • Provide third level communications support by resolving calls assigned via the
  • HelpCenter and/or respond to alerts received through Blackberry wireless sync. device.
  • On call for after-hour emergencies and support Create detailed written documentation for installations/procedures.
  • Work in close coordination with other Technical Services team members.
  • Streamline WAN Operations.
  • Assist the WAN Engineering team with analyzing, designing, and provisioning of circuit moves, adds, upgrades, and disconnects for new and existing WAN circuits (over 600 sites).
  • Utilize network performance tools to track network latency, packet loss, traffic and bandwidth usage, and other network statistics.
  • Monitor SLAs with each ISP/Telco to maximize operational efficiency and lower operational costs for WAN circuits during extended outage periods.
  • Optimize network performance by minimizing packet loss, minimizing prolonged periods of congestion and bottlenecks, and maximizing throughput within the SISCO WAN network.
  • Recommend and document control mechanisms over how traffic is rerouted around known bottlenecks or points of congestion in the network.
  • Capacity planning and trend analysis for potential capacity for WAN circuits.
  • Provide more efficient use of available aggregate bandwidth by ensuring that circuits do not become over utilized while other circuits along potential alternate paths do not become underutilized.
  • Define, design, and recommend QoS policies for mission critical applications including Voice-over-IP based on SISCO business requirements and traffic patterns.
  • Implement best practices, design principals, knowledge, and techniques to achieve specific service and performance objectives throughout the SISCO enterprise.
  • Design, analyze, and document effective network topologies optimizing SISCO network traffic flow for new and existing sites.
  • Generate bandwidth, capacity planning, and network health status reports daily, weekly, and monthly as required by management.
  • Coordinate and participate in scheduled, reoccurring conference calls with the WAN Engineering Manager and regional CTOs to discuss capacity planning and traffic engineering concerns.
  • Perform baseline captures and statistics for Confidential Internet circuits, campus LAN, and server traffic loads utilizing sniffer and other network tools.
  • Principal contact for implementing managing, and operating hardware appliances for monitoring, policing, and shaping traffic flows.
  • Provide customer feedback and support as it pertains to network latency and bandwidth issues.
  • Work with the WAN Engineering team to create, manage, and schedule change management of improvements or modifications to circuits, WAN and/or traffic monitoring devices in a timely manner.
  • Perform after-hours maintenance and installations as assigned by the WAN Engineering Manager.
  • Other additional duties as assigned by Management.
  • Deploy, manage, and maintain Network General distributed sniffer Systems (network monitoring and analysis system) for SISCO Enterprise.
  • Deploy, manage, and maintain Allot Systems’ NetReality Server and Wisewans (bandwidth monitoring and traffic shaping (network optimization) appliances)
  • Primary technical expert resource for Enterprise Network Analysis on high-level issues such as virus outbreaks, major outages, anomalies, etc.
  • Other network monitoring, optimization, and management tools used were Solarwinds Internetwork Performance Monitor, Cisco Works, CiscoSecure, and Concord.

Confidential

Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, Implement, and optimize network operations monitoring, optimization, and management tools CiscoWorks, Cisco Secure ACS, What's Up Gold, and MRTG.
  • Move and setup various T1 WAN connections to sites, and troubleshoot problems on WAN/LAN and Win2k/NT4.0 Server issues.
  • Upgrade IOS, flash memory, and DRAM on core router and field routers.
  • Design and implement Router and switch fail-over redundancy.
  • Manage rules/permissions in existing Raptor Firewall for site additions.
  • Plan and Implement new PIX 515 firewall and develop firewall security polices.
  • Plan and Implement Cisco VPN 3015 concentrator and roll-out VPN to client PCs.
  • Plan and Implement WINS for existing NT Domain.
  • Plan, redesign, and move existing switching infrastructure from 15th floor to 16th floor.
  • Build and implement Windows 2000 Servers for field locations.
  • Plan and execute Active Directory migration.
  • Create, coordinate, and implement project plans for all network changes.
  • Build network documentation deliverables which include accurate site inventory, site network diagrams, logical LAN/WAN diagram, network device list (Servers/Routers/Switches/etc), server information sheets, network administration information document (which include admin. account info for all servers, network devices, and network tools)

Confidential

Network Infrastructure Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Monitoring, maintenance, optimization, and support of Hines Global Network which comprises over 120 Sites globally in an environment containing Windows 2000/NT 4.0/Netware 5 Servers, Exchange 2000 messaging, and Lotus Notes Databases.
  • The WAN Core includes Cisco 7204, Cisco 3662, and Cisco 3640 routers.
  • Regional field locations have Cisco 3640s, and sites in those regions use Cisco 2611s.
  • The entire Global WAN is comprised of Site-to-Site VPN with core data centers in Houston, Dallas, and London. All data connections are ISP connections Confidential 128k ISDN, 384k DSL, and Frac-T1/Full-T1.
  • Planned, Implemented, and optimized network operations monitoring, optimization, and management tools such as CiscoWorks, Cisco Secure ACS, What's Up Gold, and SolarWinds Internetwork Performance monitor.
  • Converted numerous sites to new providers, and troubleshot problems on WAN/LAN and Win2k/NT4.0/Novell Server issues.
  • Performed IOS and Hardware upgrades on Core routers and field routers.
  • Provided interim solution to emergency connectivity needs Confidential sites that are scheduled to encounter a circuit cut due to provider filing bankruptcy.
  • An implemented change in firewall security policies on WAN DMZ, and managed external DNS changes.
  • Designed and implemented Router and switch fail-over redundancy in Dallas Collocation facility. Assisted in migration of exchange environment to Dallas collocation facility.
  • Created, coordinated, and implemented project plans for network changes.
  • Assisted in a consultative capacity in all change control meetings, and selecting new Global Internet Access Provider.
  • Carried on-call IT support pager 3 days of the week and weekends which covered 6pm-6am support during the week, and 24hrs support availability on the weekend

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