Network design is a popular listener topic. On today’s Weekly Show, we have two guests from the University of Idaho to talk about their current network design, new ideas and initiatives they’re considering, and a conversation/consultation on how to address their challenges.
The University of Idaho has 12,000 students and 3,000 residents across one main campus and 18 small campuses. As many as 30,000 hosts attach to the network.
We dive into current network design issues, including around firewalling and microsegmentation, identity management in the wireless network, and a home-grown network management system.
Our guests are Brian Jemes, Network Manager; and Mike Rusca, Network Engineer, both at the University of Idaho.
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