Systems Engineering and Network Development
The mission of the Systems Engineering and Network Development Office is to maintain and enhance the server operating system and user environments of the campus network and provide software support for the campus local area networks.
|Russell Barger||Network Administrator||LAN, WAN, and Wireless administration|
||Network Specialist||Server Administration|
|Matt Gill||Systems Administrator||Server Administration|
|Joe Dick||Network Specialist||Copper and fiber plant, distance ed, telephone|
|Wilson Watts||PBX Administrator||Telephone system administration|
The Systems Engineering group are the employees behind the scenes that
take care of things most people never see. Chances are if something seems
broken, we're already working to fix it. Our current list of
Server operating systems such as Linux, AIX/Unix, Windows, Netware, VMS, OSX, and VMWare
Campus network, including fiber backbone, and hundreds of
network switches throughout campus
Voice network with over 4,000 phones on all campuses
Campus Email systems and Google Apps integrations
Campus Internet connections, routers and remote WAN connections to
Internet, Mandeville, Livingston, Hammond, and Baton Rouge campuses.
Campus Firewalls, traffic shapers, load balancers, and security appliances
Storage area networks
Network and Server security
Critical network services such as LDAP, DNS, and DHCP
Virtual server infrastructure
Southeastern's Internet connection is currently a 200Mbps connection to
LONI and a 10Mbps backup connection to AT&T.
We also maintain Internet2 connectivity through LONI.
The IBM database server has 12 processors, 64 gigs of RAM, 6 terabytes of
disk space, and runs AIX.
The 3com core network switches are capable switching 360 gigabits per