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Network Infrastructure Consultant Resume

SUMMARY

  • Information Technology professional of practical experience in network engineering, architecture, administration, and management.
  • Experience on Network Architecture conversion from Frame/Relay VPN to MPLS/PIP.
  • Troubleshoot entire frame relay backbone network of the component level which included: fiber rings, TCP/IP, and network peripherals.
  • Experience on transports incorporated included ATM, Frame Relay, Private Line, and Metro Ethernet. Routing protocols used BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, and RIPv2. Enhancements included QOS and MPLS for NETVPN. Implemented OSPF, BGP, RIP, EIGRP, IGRP and HSRP Network protocol.
  • Worked in Collaboration with the Verizon subject matter expert (SME) to configure the voice communications LAN/WAN/WLAN segments demonstrating that the Systems are ready to Transmit & Receive.
  • Experience to troubleshoot the DNS/DHCP problems
  • Integrated the Cisco VPN solution with Production instances of PKI infrastructure in collaboration with Information Security team, Cisco ISE environment and Intune infrastructure

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Platforms: Windows NT Enterprise Server and WorkStation in Active Directory Domain, Windows 2K, XP, UNIX Solaris, LINUX.

WAN: MPLS, SONET, frame - relay, Internet ISP, Cisco WAAS acceleration.

Routing: Cisco IOS, BGP, EIGRP, OSPF, CoS, WCCP, DLSw, VRF, IP subnetting and design.

Switching: Cisco Catalyst/Nexus series, QoS.

Security: Cisco ASA, ACE, Cisco VPN, AT&T ANIRA Net Gate/Net Client, F5 Big IP LTM

Monitoring and Management: Solarwinds Orion, NetScout, OpNet, Cisco TACACS, Wireshark, Gigamon, VSS.

Wireless: Cisco WCS 5508, 1142N.

Cabling: twisted-pair, fiber, coax, data center MDF and IDF structures.

Business Management: Currently a Cloud Practitioner with AWS and Cisco Viptela SDWAN and Meraki and ISE Palo Alto and VMWare implementation.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Confidential

Network Infrastructure Consultant

Responsibilities:

  • Member of an Engineering firm with contracts in the United States and Worldwide.
  • Handle several major project since joining Firm.
  • Projects and brief description below

Confidential

Network Assessment

Responsibilities:

  • Work with local engineers to access the current CheckPoint network Security status and recommend upgrade procedure to meet management requirement.
  • Work with local engineer to implement CheckPoint Security upgrade.
  • Work with local service providers to access current offerings and study improvement opportunities.

Confidential

Network Migration

Responsibilities:

  • Work with local engineers to access the current network status and create migration plans to separate two of their major entities into two separate companies..
  • Work with local service providers to create migration plans.
  • Created a deck with recommendations on migration process.

Bridgestone

Network Assessment

Responsibilities:

  • Work with local engineers to access the current network status and recommend improvements and cost cutting measures to meet management requirement.
  • Work with local service providers to access current offerings and study improvement opportunities.
  • Created a deck with recommendations with management for their decision.

Confidential

Network Infrastructure Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Design and deploy production grade Cisco VPN solution based on the PoC design at 3 locations - US East (Elk Creek), US West (Phoenix) and Germany (Putzbrunn)
  • Integrate the Cisco VPN solution with Production instances of PKI infrastructure in collaboration with Information Security team, Cisco ISE environment and Intune infrastructure
  • Test the above solution to provide access to Cognos, Citrix environment, Connections and Intranet
  • Document procedural steps related to Per-Application VPN deployment, including Intune provisioning procedure and provide inputs needed for Gore to prepare operational procedures for per-App VPN solution

Confidential

Network Architect

Responsibilities:

  • Design the naming conventions and ruleset writing methodology described in the document that should be applied to any firewall managed by Global Payments (GP) or third-party managed services on behalf of Global Payments.
  • Adhering to the conventions described in the standards document applies to anyone making changes to the firewall rules and objects, including but not limited to the Network Engineering & Network Device Support (Managed Network Services) teams.
  • The conventions defined are generally applicable across different firewall vendor technologies in use.
  • More vendor specific conventions will be noted, if necessary. The vendor platforms covered are Cisco, Check Point and Juniper and Palo Alto.

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