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Is Your Network Infrastructure Bullet Proof? October 17, 2006. Been with Wake Tech and the ITS team for nearly 11 years Previously in the Private Sector as an Engineer Reliability/Failure Analysis Engineer Test Design Engineer Nearly 23 years of Experience in the Computer Industry

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My background

Been with Wake Tech and the ITS team for nearly 11 years

Previously in the Private Sector as an Engineer

Reliability/Failure Analysis Engineer

Test Design Engineer

Nearly 23 years of Experience in the Computer Industry

I Love the Pittsburgh Steelers

My Background


What makes a network bullet proof

A Good Philosophy & Hard Work

Hardware That Operates at Wire Speed

Knowledgeable Personnel Always Looking for Better Ways to Conduct Business

Continual Monitoring of the Network

A Simple Security Policy

Senior Management That Supports It

What Makes a NetworkBullet Proof?


Information technology services mission

The mission of Information Technology Services at Wake Technical Community College is to support Student Learning, Faculty Teaching and College Operations through the use of Information Technology

Information Technology Services Mission


Information technology services philosophy

The most important relationship on campus is that between the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.

Information Technology Services Philosophy


Wake tech s network hardware

Top Layer 5500 for IPS Protection the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.

FATPipe for Continuity of ISP Circuits

Cisco ASA 5540 for Main PIX Plus VPN

Multiple Cisco PIX Engines Throughout the Network

Cisco Routers for WAN and ME Circuits

HP ProCurve Family of Switches for Core Routing Switch, Intermediate Routing Switches, and Edge Switches

Currently Replacing HP ProCurve Switches with New HP ProCurve PoE switches in Preparation of VoIP

Wake Tech’s Network Hardware


Wake tech s core network
Wake Tech’s Core Network the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.

MCNC

TWC

Top Layer

2 Circuit Connections

FAT Pipe

ASA 5540

HP 9315

Routing Switch


Top layer 5500 intrusion prevention system device
Top Layer 5500 Intrusion Prevention System Device the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.

MCNC

TWC

Top Layer


Front panel view
Front Panel View the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Complete security report
Complete Security Report the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Real time blocked detected attacks
Real-Time Blocked & Detected Attacks the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Real time graph of traffic
Real-Time Graph of Traffic the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Host group screen allows custom policy definitions
Host Group Screen Allows Custom Policy Definitions the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Rate based policy controls data flood traffic
Rate Based Policy Controls Data Flood Traffic the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Report table by service check out yahoo im
Report Table By Service the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.Check Out Yahoo IM


Top layer is delivered with pre defined rules
Top Layer is Delivered with Pre-Defined Rules the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Drilling down on rules shows individual network violations
Drilling Down on Rules Shows Individual Network Violations the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Traffic blocked from one server
Traffic Blocked from ONE Server the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Security event filter
Security Event Filter the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Fatpipe warp balancer
FATPipe WARP Balancer the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.

MCNC

TWC

Top Layer

2 Circuit Connections

FAT Pipe


Monitor the health of incoming isp links
Monitor the Health of Incoming the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.ISP Links


Policy routing page
Policy Routing Page the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Add or edit policy rules
Add or Edit Policy Rules the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.


Dns configuration page fatpipe has to be the dns server
DNS Configuration Page the Student and the Instructor. Everything else on campus is in support of that relationship.FATPipe has to be the DNS server



Is your network infrastructure bullet proof october 17 2006
Internal Static Routes for Public & Private Numbers NEED Defined or the FATPipe Will Attempt to Route Numbers Externally


Diagnostics page helps troubleshoot problems
Diagnostics Page Helps Troubleshoot Problems Defined or the FATPipe Will Attempt to Route Numbers Externally


Cisco asa 5540
Cisco ASA 5540 Defined or the FATPipe Will Attempt to Route Numbers Externally

MCNC

TWC

Top Layer

2 Circuit Connections

FAT Pipe

2 Connections

ASA 5540


Is your network infrastructure bullet proof october 17 2006
Cisco ASA 5540 Initial Screen Displays Valuable Information: Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage


Gui configuration page
GUI Configuration Page Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage


Nat pat policy configuration page
NAT/PAT Policy Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory UsageConfiguration Page


Vpn services configuration page
VPN Services Configuration Page Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage


Static routes must be setup for internal addresses
Static Routes MUST Be Setup for Internal Addresses Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage


All users groups access levels are setup by the device administration page
All Users, Groups, & Access Levels are Setup by the Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage Device Administration Page


Easy definition of tftp server to load store configurations
Easy Definition of TFTP Server to Load/Store Configurations Link Status, Bandwidth Usage, Error Messages, and CPU & Memory Usage



Vpn setup wizard page
VPN Setup Wizard Page Configuration Page






Hp procurve 9315 routing switch
HP ProCurve 9315 Routing Switch are Available

MCNC

TWC

Top Layer

2 Circuit Connections

FAT Pipe

2 Connections

ASA 5540

Manage Entire LAN with PCM+

HP 9315

Routing Switch




Ip route table
IP Route Table are Available


Other discussion topics that need network security

Desktop Security – Anti-Virus Solutions are Available

Email Security – Anti-Virus & Anti-Spam Solutions

Wireless Access for Students – “Sandbox” Solution

Non-College Computers on Your Network

Other Discussion Topics That NeedNetwork Security


Wake tech s its crew

Dr. Darryl McGraw – Chief Information Officer are Available

Leigh Anne Dupree – Director, IT & Help Desk Support

Chris Keefer – Director, Systems

Chris Wheeler – Director, Network Services

Tim Nicholson – Manager, Administrative Computing

Dale Weaver – Manager, Web Services

Fred Zahn – Manager, Network Services

Carlos McCormick – Manager, Instructional Technologies

Alec Woodruff – IT Systems Engineer

Buddy Gilmore – IT Voice Engineer

Jason Pickard – Senior Systems Analyst

Thomas Guettler – Senior IT Analyst

Ernest Youngblood – Help Desk Analyst

Cary Osborne – IT Analyst

Frank Spikes – IT Analyst

Dave Goldstein – IT Technician

Jeremy Blalock – IT Technician

Liz Winfrey – Web Designer Specialist

Susan Fenn – Programmer/Analyst

Amy Murray – Application Support Technician

Crystal Eatman – Administrative Assistant

Kyle Fescoe – Help Desk Assistant

Wake Tech’s ITS Crew


Question period answers are optional opinions are always given

Visit Wake Tech: are Availablewww.waketech.edu

Visit our ITS: its.waketech.edu

My Email: cpwheeler@waketech.edu

Question PeriodAnswers are OptionalOpinions are always Given