Biggest Network (SIM or Home) ever created

amb1s1amb1s1 Member Posts: 408
Hi,
Which is your biggest network creation that ever done on a Sim or Real life.
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  • PashPash Member Posts: 1,600 ■■■■■□□□□□
    L2 & L3 Cisco switch infrastrucutre for a 250+ users customer.
    DevOps Engineer and Security Champion. https://blog.pash.by - I am trying to find my writing style, so please bear with me.
  • amb1s1amb1s1 Member Posts: 408
    How big was the staff and how long it took.
    David G.
    http://gomezd.com <
    My Tshoot test Blog
    http://twitter.com/ipnet255
  • PashPash Member Posts: 1,600 ■■■■■□□□□□
    amb1s1 wrote:
    How big was the staff and how long it took.

    I set up the L2 edge switches by myself, simple single vlan configuration. The core switches I assisted my line manager in creating etherchannel links and sorting the L3 routing to other subsidory networks. All of the switches can be telnetted into via our VPN connection to the customer site.

    Whole project involved about 3 months of planning, 2/3 working full time for those 3 months to ensure all cabs, shelfs and everything else was in place for the final move. Those switches were brand new and the customer spent well over £100,000 on the network infrastructure alone. That was just on the switches and the service contracts ^^.

    The office relocation itself involved my whole company (25 staff), even the directors pitched in as they usually do anyway. We always get lunch and drinks paid for after any overtime work, its fecking awesome :) So they deffinately know how to get staff to do the weekend office relocation jobs :)
    DevOps Engineer and Security Champion. https://blog.pash.by - I am trying to find my writing style, so please bear with me.
  • Paul BozPaul Boz Member Posts: 2,620 ■■■■■■■■□□
    I work on a network that serves about 35,000 customers via fiber to the home :)

    Biggest I've designed though? Not that big. For my studies I usually only use enough routers to get the job done, since real hardware or dynamips processing is finite.
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  • ReardenRearden Member Posts: 222
    When a new building went up, we added 27 3560G PoE switches to our network. They were fed from two stacked 3750s. Our campus has over 100 closets in 30 or so buildings.
    More systems have been wiped out by admins than any cracker could do in a lifetime.
  • Daniel333Daniel333 Member Posts: 2,077 ■■■■■■□□□□
    Haha,

    3 2500 series switches? Or how about installing a single wifi access-point in a local cafe? Not sure which one was bigger...
    -Daniel
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