Infrassist’s team of experts manage the configurations on the network devices (routers, switches, etc.) in the enterprises with continuous process of setting up and maintaining a computer network’s controls, flows and operations to support an organization’s ability to communicate within and with the outside world. Our service portfolio involves configuration, change and setup processes on network hardware, software and other supporting devices and components.
We provide device support with simultaneous, parallel connections between Layer 2/Layer 3 Ethernet segments. We leverage L2 switching that uses MAC addresses to switch the packets from a port to the destination port (and only the destination port). It therefore maintains a MAC address table so that it can remember which ports have which MAC address associated. We also offer expertise of working on L3 switching that is capable of having IP addresses and doing routing. For intra-VLAN communication, it can use the MAC address table. For extra-VLAN communication, it can use the IP routing table. For L2, we support: DHCP, VLAN’s, VTP, Port Security, SPAN, RSPAN, CDP, ETHER CHANNEL For L3, we support: Dynamic/Static routing protocols, NAT/PAT, VPN, QoS
By using expertise on switching and networking, we deliver firmware upgradation using network devices such as routers and switches. Firmware updates provide free and instant improvements to the functionality of these devices that enhance the user experience. Our firmware upgradation services fix any existing bugs and protects you from vulnerabilities.
If you face challenges in network evolution, Infrassist can offer our extensive industry and product knowledge to guide you every step of the way. Through Infrassist network migration service, we perform even the most difficult migrations including everything from moving network to moving from one platform to another.
We help you with network monitoring processes while assessing the performance of the network for various network parameters. This also includes notifying the administrator or the person in charge of the problem through SMS, email, call or other alerting mechanism so that appropriate steps can be taken. Our network monitoring measures the processor (CPU) utilization of hosts, the network bandwidth utilization of links, and other aspects of operation to name a few. It should be able to detect outages and slowdowns in the system and send alerts of the same to the administrator.