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259749 174 17_Re: Procera Users12_David [log in to unmask], 29 Jan 2013 17:28:45 +0000356_us-ascii We have a 7720 and the 1200 stats server. We have been running for about three years now, and have never looked back. We recently licensed additional bandwidth on the box, and it was a very streamlined process. Similar experiences with support, but overall a great product.
I'm available for additional questions about our experience. [...]54_29Jan201317:28:[log in to unmask]
259924 394 35_Re: Remote Internet link monitoring15_Travis [log in to unmask], 29 Jan 2013 22:41:27 +0000591_us-ascii In the past few years we've used a numerous services and self-managed techniques. Here's my 2 cents from personal experience...
Alertsite.com (now smartbear) / Keynote.com - Premium services @ premium cost. Advanced checks (time synchronized checks from multiple locations, mobile network /browser simulation, in browser testing, web transaction testing, end-user experience testing), Higher reliability, live voice support, free tools (ex. Internet health reports @ http://www.internetpulse.net & Dejaclick @ http://www.dejaclick.com/), robust alert configuration, etc [...]58_29Jan201322:41:[log in to unmask]
260319 131 48_802.11n access point planning in residence halls15_Riffel, [log in to unmask], 30 Jan 2013 15:44:33 +0000481_us-ascii We put in our current Aruba 802.11g network 4 years ago, and designed it for coverage and redundancy. We hadn't planned on going from 1 wireless device per 2 students to an average of 3 devices per student this quickly. Now we are trying to develop a plan for what our next wireless network will look like. We are having engineers from Aruba, Meraki, and potentially Aerohive come on site and talk to us about their current products and do walkthroughs of our halls. [...]47_30Jan201315:44:[log in to unmask]
260451 159 17_Re: Procera [log in to unmask], 30 Jan 2013 19:23:01 -0800682_utf-8 Dan.., or Any Other Interested Parties;
Please feel free to contact me at any of my contacts below on my own professional experience en-countering and resolving similar conundrums with Procera Networks.
Upland Technology Solutions, Inc.
405-728-5739 - Office
405-728-1844 - FAX
405-820-9831 - Mobile
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Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013, 10:23 AM [...]48_30Jan201319:23:[log in to unmask]
260611 154 49_University of the Pacific Proposed Network Design12_Faye [log in to unmask], 31 Jan 2013 22:40:57 +0000606_us-ascii Hello Everyone,
University of the Pacific's core and distribution layers including connections to the server farm are due for refresh. We have been vetting a proposed design internally and thought it would be a good idea to benefit from the wisdom of our colleagues. In the spirit of sharing within academia, we eagerly invite your comments on the proposed design for this network refresh. We are looking for a high availability design that will be easy to maintain and have a capacity to support growth. Other considerations are listed on the design diagram itself which can be found at: [...]42_31Jan201322:40:[log in to unmask]
260766 85 15_Fujitsu servers17_Kellogg, Brian [log in to unmask],;5^e