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Systems engineer with a Masterís Degree in Electrical
Engineering, Cisco CCNP certificate, and 6-year of hands-on experience in
system testing, network engineering, deployment, support, troubleshooting and
documentation of complex IP networking systems for Cisco, Lucent, AT&T,
eSpeed, New York, NY Feb, 2002 to
Cisco Systems, Wall, New Jersey
March, 2000 to June, 2001
Project Engineer, Customer Advocacy
Designed, built, documented, and lab-tested a
high-availability network architecture to meet a customer's critical content
delivery requirement. The architecture included redundant Cisco CSS 11000
content switches (Arrowpoint), Catalyst 6500s, Metro 1500 optical multiplexer
and 7200 routers running VRRP and HSRP protocols.
Participated in the development of a TransPath turnkey
solution for Cisco BPX & MGX switches to enable consistent field
deployment for Cisco partners. Authored the Field Implementation Plan, the
Staging Plan, the Acceptance Test Plan, and the Provisioning Guide, which
became deployment guidelines for field engineers. (Documentation was published
on http://www.cisco.com/.) Performed all
verification tasks in the lab. Received two company awards.
Reviewed proposed design of AT&T Latin America Ethernet
over ATM network. Identified design limitations and open issues, which were
captured in a Risk Analysis and presented to the Cisco account team.
Provided technical consulting services to PathNet during its
deployment of the SS7 soft-switch VSC3000 and gateways. Conducted Operation
Readiness Audit and helped PathNet engineers develop a provisioning process to
reduce the time and errors during service activation.
Lucent Technologies, Iselin, New
Jersey November, 1999 to February, 2000
Project Engineer, NetCare Professional Services (formerly INS)
Provided in development of the Citibank data center which
included various BGP design alternatives and load-balancing using CEF
Participated in Lucent Wavestar DWDM optical system
installation services for Qwest Communication.
Provided Tier Three support for the Lucent PSAX ATM
concentrator and the Copper Mountain DSL concentrator.
AT&T, Middletown, New Jersey
November, 1996 to October, 1999
Senior Network Engineer, IP Network Engineering and Support,
WorldNet Internet Backbone
Provided Tier Three 24x7 technical support for network
infrastructure and customer problem resolution for an IP network of 200
routers covering 15 U.S. cities. Responsibilities included trouble-shooting of
ATM & Frame Relay PVCs failure; EIGRP, OSPF & BGP routing problems in
enterprise customers' networks; security incident response such as SYN Attack;
router hardware failure; and BGP policy routing problems.
Assisted enterprise customers in designing and implementing
their Internet routing strategies using various approaches such as BGP
multi-homing, EIGRP, OSPF & BGP integration, load-balancing, IP address
allocation issues, and traffic flow control policy.
Serving as Network Administrator, managed, installed, and
configured a Backbone Integration testbed that included seven 12000 GSR
routers, twenty 7500 routers, Catalyst 6500 & 5500 switches, PIX
firewalls, Lucent CBX500 ATM switches, Smartbits & IXIA traffic
generators, and CSU/DSUs.
Functioned as project leader of Cisco IOS Upgrade Testing,
which included validation of new IOS features based on current production
requirement, and fixes for severe software bugs inherent in the previously
deployed IOS. Authored a test plan and executed tests for 7500 and 12000 GSR
routers. Test cases included RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP4 routing; policy
filtering; new BGP features; CEF switching; and VIP2-50 and various Port
Participated in the IP QoS testing and trial support, which
lead to the new "Enhanced IP service" offering.
- Developed technical guidelines for operation and field
engineers, such as IOS software deployment, new hardware upgrade, and the
12000 routerís migration procedure. Developed and monitored project
Bellcore (Bell Communications Research),
Red Bank, New Jersey June, 1995 to September, 1996
Engineer, Professional Services
Developed the Design Requirements and the Configuration Guide
for the BellSouth Internet dial-up Service Network.
Aided Pacific Bell in understanding the issues regarding the
transition from IPv4 to IPv6. Analyzed and documented the new features of
IPv6, its impact on the Internet and adoption strategy.
- Candidate of CCIE (Routing & Switching), CCNP and CCNA
Honors and Awards
My discovery of a mistake in the implementation of the "BGP
Dampening" feature in Cisco IOS software was cited by the RIPE (Reseaux
IP Europeens) publication in Europe in 1999.
Recipient of "AT&T Class A" award in 1998 and
1996-1998 Columbia University New York, New York
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering
1990-1995 City College of New York New York, New York
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude)