Network and Infrastructure

Wide Area Network

  • Elementary Schools went from 6-12Mb to 1000Mb per second (and moved to STC)
  • Secondary Schools went from 50Mb to 10000Mb per second (and moved to STC)

  • Other Network and Telecom Updates
  • · Move voice mail from First Class to Cisco Unity with Call Manager for connection to existing PBX

· Begin implementation of Cisco Identity Services Engine at schools

· Configure and implementation Vlans needed to support ISE

· Complete the install and configuration of network monitoring system Traverse

· Configure Cisco Prime to have Cisco wireless and Cisco switch configuration storage and monitoring

· Install Fluke TruView to analyses the network and app traffic

· Acquire Cisco SMB Cubes configure and install on the network

· Acquire new SIP trunks from Cox and prepared Cisco Call Manager for Cox SIP trunks

· Install first Cisco phones at Service Center and TAC

· Integrate Cisco Call Manager with present day Mitel 3300 system for High and Middle schools

 School Updates:  Bryan High, Burke, Northwest, North, South, Beveridge, Bryan Middle, King Science, Lewis and Clark, Marrs, McMillan, Monroe, Morton, Norris, Adams, APR, Bancroft, Belle Ryan, Boyd, Catlin, Central Park, Columbian, Conestoga, Crestridge, Dodge, Dundee, Edison, Florence, Franklin, Fullerton, Gilder, Hartman, Highland, Indian Hill, King, Lothrop, Masters, Minne Lusa, Oak Valley, Pawnee, Picotte, Pinewood, Ponca, Prairie Wind, Skinner, Spring Lake, Wilson


Received:

New Cat6 cable infrastructure

New Cisco network equipment

Complete building wireless


More School Updates:  Buffett, Hale, Beals, Belvedere, Benson West, Castelar, Chandler View, Druid Hill, Field Club, Fontenelle, Gomez, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Joslyn, Kellom, Kennedy, Liberty, JP Lord, Miller Park, Mount View, Rosehill, Saddlebrook, Saratoga, Sherman, Standing Bear, Sunny Slope, Wakonda, Walnut Hill, Washington, Western Hills

Received:

  • New Cisco network equipment
  • Complete building wireless