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NCR Corporation
San Diego Campus

As with any origination, you often work in teams and I have had counterparts for the NCR San Diego campus and I worked with them on the below projects including the Campus switch upgrades, this is where we remove a shared media environment and replaced them with Cisco 6000 series switches with proper cable management.

This is a collection
of before and after images of the NCR Campus Network Upgrade

Old MDF 1
One Cisco 5500 Core Switch

Old MDF 2
Using 100MB Ethernet Converted to Fiber

New MDF 1
Dual Cisco  6500

New MDF 1
Using Gigabit to switches

A1 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

A2-1 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A2-1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

A2-2 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A2-2 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

A3-1 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A3-1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

A3-2 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A3-2 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

A4-2 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A4-2 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

B1-1 Old
Shared Media Hubs

B1-1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

B3-1 Old
Shared Media Hubs

A3-1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

C1-1 New
Cisco 6009 Switch

C1-Lab-1
Cisco 6513 with Switch Fabric Enabled
(254 Gigabit Backplane)

C1-Lab-2
Cisco 6513 with Switch Fabric Enabled

We used Patch cables to the switches and then extended the reach with 25pair cables

Here is how we used 25 pair cables to move connections away from the switch to better support a 15,000sf Lab

B1-Lab
Cisco 6513 Switch

B1-Lab
Distribution Panel

We were able to create very clean cable management by simply 
plotting out the connections.

Once broken down in this form we were able to estimate cable 
lengths without ordering custom cables

Sr. Network Engineer – October 1997 to December 2006: Projects included converting the San Diego campus from shared media to Cisco switched network using 65xx and 45xx Catalyst switches (COS & IOS) for over 5500 ports with Gigabit Uplinks to Core-Routers/Switches.  Assisted in deploying of Cisco VoIP along with the replacement of all Cisco switches to a Cisco 6513 with Inline Power (POE) at the San Diego Campus in an ongoing migration from the legacy Avaya PBX to a Cisco VoIP deployment.

Managed Windows NT Domain for San Diego campus with over 50 servers including User, DNS, DHCP, Print services and file services prior to a consolidation to Network Appliance NAC.  Migrated over 1400 hosts in San Diego to DHCP and 1200 hosts in Columbia, SC to DHCP then converted again from Microsoft DHCP server to NetID DNS/DHCP solution from Nortel.