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    Consultancy - Network Setup

    We have a network estate of mainly Watchguard firewalls, Aruba wireless, Avaya & hosted Cisco VoIP, HP, 3Com and odd other switches. We are experiencing some network issues and need someone to possibly come in and take a look due to the workload we have we don't have time to cast a new set of eyes over it and management have asked to see if there are any companies in the Lincolnshire/Hull/Doncaster/York area that would?

    Preferable NHS knowledge required due to our secure network setup but needs to come and in say x y and z is wrong.

    If there are any companies that do can you let me know so I can pass details on.

    Thanks

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    Just curious, which kind of problems? Routing / layer 2 loops? Packet drops?

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    I would suggest switchshop I know their engineers have experience in working with NHS and are cisco certified. One of their guys is an ex senior engineer from 3com. You won't go wrong with switchshop.

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    Thanks for that CyberNerd.

    Snoerre, biggest problems is speed back to our data centre via fibres on a MPLS and varying other issues.

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    Cisco is hardly existent in the network, just an odd switch manged by BT who provide the VoIP.

    Certainly will pass the details on.

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