Over 35 years (first network implementation in 1983) in network design and implementation.
Networking experience in Corvus Systems Omninet, Novell ShareNet and NetWare 1.x through 3.x, and, for the last 20+ years, IP routing and switching, primarily (although not exclusively) on Cisco equipment.
Extensive experience overseeing the design and implementation of structured cabling systems.
Created and maintain an application to automate standard, repeatable, network designs (templates) including drawings, equipment lists, and full device configurations that is used by a large team of network engineers working on a huge network of 10,000+ sites, from very small to very large.
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