Likarish, Daniel M.
College for Professional Studies
MS Computer and Information Technology
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Systems Engineering and Application Development (SEAD) Practicum provides opportunities for students to engage in proposing, designing, building and testing various projects related to information technology. There are several ongoing projects designed to upgrade, improve or revamp some aspect of the Academic Research Network, generally referred to as ARNe, and services or applications that are a part of its architecture. Regis University is in the process of replacing their current architecture and equipment that forms the core of ARNe in order to facilitate further upgrades and new projects within various aspects of ARNe. This paper examines and proposes a Cisco-based routing solution utilizing Cisco ISR routing platforms for interconnecting the core WAN, providing a high-performance, scalable, and flexible solution for immediate and future needs.
Date of Award
© Ingrimar James
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James, Ingrimar, "A Cisco-Based Proposal for Arne Core Routing Infrastructure" (2009). All Regis University Theses. 50.