LAN UPGRADE (2016)
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
To ensure uninterrupted network operation and guaranteed availability of business applications.
To optimize of the use of cable systems and active network equipment; to ensure equipment compliance with new service quality requirements for the transmission of various types of traffic; to increase the LAN’s manageability and fault tolerance.
- The network is built on active network equipment Nortel Enterprise Solutions (part of Avaya since December 2009). ERS 8610 switches form the network core.
The modernized LAN is based on a modular principle which ensures the scalability of the system. The network architecture is designed using double-center star topology, which eliminates single points of failure, given that equipment at the network core level and server connection level is redundant on a 1+1 principle.
Two server farms were implemented using Gigabit Ethernet technology to connect primary information resources and backup data processing centers. The server farms were connected to the core using 10Gigabit Ethernet and SMLT technologies. The use of SMLT technology makes communication between data centers possible at the second level of the ISO OSI model, enabling the creation of distributed systems clusters.
Number of users working within the network
2 Server Farms
Based on Gigabit Ethernet technology