Network Administration

What We Do

Hardwired to Succeed 

Connecting all your hardware to make sure every user in your company has the right bandwidth and tools to do their job is what our network administrators make happen every day. At times, it may seem they don’t have that much to do because, well, they got things right the first time. However, when the big problems hit, our team is first in to figure out what may need fixed. 

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What's Your Back-up Plan?

Not to be redundant, but “redundancy” is about duplicating routes so that when one goes down, you have another one backing your system up. When the network has a route that closes, you are good to go because you have a detour that will get you to the same location in the end. Without a reliable network administrator working consistently, you might lose critical data. 

Firewalls: Your First Line of Defense

Threats are persistent and relentless. Protecting your perimeter is essential, but VIA also bolsters your internal defenses with partitions. Being watchful for insider attacks helps us respond quickly and have more time to react should an attack occur.

Description of Services

*VIA is not responsible for physical network layer

  • Manage and implement virtual networks (VLAN)
  • Configure and manage access control list
  • Manage internal routing tables
  • VLAN trunking
  • Create backup of configurations (OS upgrades require manufacturer supplied software)
  • Routing Protocols (OSPF, BGP, etc.)
  • VLAN configuration
  • Security configuration
  • Access point management
  • Manage network and port address translations
  • Configure and manage virtual private networks
  • Manage access control list
  • Work with customer to implement desired traffic filtering
  • Manage routing tables (Outbound/Inbound)
  • Access control list
  • Network consultation
  • Network design and diagramming
  • Troubleshooting