WAN administrator

WAN administrator

A person who manages a wide area communications network (WAN). Such individuals are responsible for the configuration, implementation and monitoring of all networking hardware such as modems, DSU/CSUs, routers and switches. See network administrator.
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In an increasingly competitive automotive supplier market, the introduction of new, business-critical applications and the need to gain every competitive advantage led Behr to choose Equant IP VPN," said Thomas Mayer, WAN Administrator, Behr.
We are saving a great deal of time in dealing with technical issues through Service Online," said John Repucci, WAN Administrator, Guidant Corp.
The full support for all Macintosh file attachments is great for our clients and vendors who use Macs because they won't have to go through the hassle of un-BinHexing files like they do now," said Pete Kruckenberg, WAN administrator for DahlinSmithWhite, one of the largest advertising agencies in high technology.
For a limited time, enterprise WAN administrators may download a copy of the report at www.
Remote SNMP UPS testing saves time and money: WAN Administrators can remotely test the UPS or schedule automatic periodic battery tests via PowerNet SNMP Agent.
With the Interceptor, WAN administrators can configure, upgrade, and scale clustered Steelhead appliances non-obtrusively.
Faced with moving large volumes of data quickly and reliably between geographically dispersed locations, WAN administrators often take the obvious step of increasing bandwidth, only to discover that the larger pipe doesn't speed throughput.
AIRSOURCE Web is designed for both the Internet and corporate intranets to give service providers, corporations, Web hosts, MIS directors, LAN and WAN administrators, and Web masters the ability to instantly provide wireless messaging capabilities to an unlimited number of individuals," stated Alan Gould, executive vice president of Silverlake Communications.
With the IntraPort Tunnel Server, WAN administrators can use the Internet to provide network access to roving users and telecommuters, eliminating expensive long-distance charges and reducing the headaches of overseeing complex remote access servers and dial-up connections.
SiteExpress is fully enterprised-enabled with support for TCP/IP, which has become the enterprise internetworking protocol of choice for WAN administrators.