Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center from Los Angeles, USA, was redesigning their network infrastructure. NIL assisted them with upgrading their optical DWDM network and with migration of legacy firewalls to Cisco ASA 5585.
This project involved load- balancing the Sybase relay servers residing in the DMZ. In conjunction with Stojan Rančić, who designed the solution, Samo Jerman set up the deployment documentation and Marius Snyman performed the migration and implementation.
NIL provided the necessary expertise to bring Amway's technical teams up to speed on the current challenges and best practices surrounding IPv6, assisting them in laying out a roadmap for implementation and IPv4 to IPv6 transition.
As the company was making changes in their network, they asked NIL’s Ivan Pepelnjak to work with them as an external consultant. The collaboration is described by MWEB’s Network Architect, Ian Castleman.