RE: New Job.
From: Stephon Autrey (stephon_at_green-street.net)
To: <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 09:35:15 -0700
I saw your message and it reminded me of myself 18 years ago. I finished
school with a BA in Mechanical Engineering at NC State and, like you, worked
my ass off to find my dream job. Here's my advice to you: stop asking
questions and get to work. Someone thinks you have the knowledge to get this
job, it's you judging by the fact that you worked so hard to get it, now do
Get a handle on your local vendors and use them if they are cheap and
reliable. Do as much as you can yourself, you've got lots of late hours
managing cable ahead of you, and bomb-proof everthing.
Peace and Love,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2005 6:00 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: New Job.
> Hello all. I would like to send a thank you before hand for
> the response's and suggestions I am to recv from this email.
> After month's of searching, I have been hired into a job
> position as the Network Administrator. The company currently
> has a very bad setup of there Network infrastructure and has
> hired me to come in, asses the damage, and design a network,
> no matter the budget, that would help to keep and grow them
> for the future.
> I have very little experience (on the job training) with
> designing a network. I am a new graduate of Technical
> college, where I graduated with all A's, and did very well on
> my Capstone with designing/building a Network infrastructure.
> I have 5 to 6 years in the IT field, N+, A+, Solaris 10,
> Linux+, and the AS degree in Computer Network
> Systems;CCNA-pending. My experience comes from
> designing/building PC/Laptops, remote desktop support, and my
> most pervious position was System Database admin on
> Solairs/Unix platform;Telnet,SSH,VNC,VPN, VT100 Terminal..etc
> to remote clients.
> What I ask from you expert's is this.
> Help!! I would like to be pointed in a direction that may
> help to guide me in creating a "beginners" style network. Are
> there any basic/template designs available?
> There are a list of things I know we need.
> 1. A new Web Server.
> 2. File server
> 3. FTP server
> 4. Application server
> 5. Cisco routers.
> 6. A wall mount rack.