fryguypa

Resume or CV

Jeffrey J Fry
Northampton, PA 18067
http://www.linkedin.com/in/fryguy

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  • Cisco CCIE #22061 in Routing and Switching
  • Currently studying for CCIE Service Provider lab
  • Microsoft MCSE in NT 4.0 Track
  • Over 15 years of networking experience
Skills Summary

Network Design:  Cisco IP Telephony, Frame-relay, Point-to-point DS1/DS3/OCx, Internet, VPN,
Business to Business DMZ,  Global Routing, VLAN, VTP, MPLS, Point
To Point DS3, Layer 2, Layer 3, Core – Distribution – Access model, VRF
Operating Systems:  Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 7
Windows XP, Windows 9x, Unix flavors
Software:  Microsoft Office, Visio, Cisco Secure ACS, CiscoWorks, SolarWinds
Telephony Software:  Cisco ICM, Cisco CallManager,  Cisco Unity, Cisco MeetingPlace,
Cisco IP Communicator, Cisco IP Soft Phone, H323/MGCP/SIP Gateways,
CUBE (Cisco Unified Border Element), CallManager Express
Systems/Security:  Cisco PIX 525, Cisco VPN 30xx, Cisco ASA 55xx, SSH, SSL, IPSEC,
RSA, Cisco Secure ACS, WEP, WPA, Cisco MARS
Network Analysis: Network Associates/Network General Sniffer Pro, Wireshark , Network General
InfiniStream, Cisco NAM Modules, Emprix HCA
Network Management: HP OpenView, SolarWinds Orion SLX, SolarWinds Network
Engineer Edition, Kiwi Syslog, NBAR, Netflow, IP SLA
Protocols: IP Telephony/VOIP, IPSec, Frame-Relay, TCP/IP, OSPF, RIP v1, RIP v2, ISIS,
BGP, EIGRP, PPP, Ethernet 10/100/1000, DS0, DS1, DS3, OC3,
SNMP, ISDN, SSL, G.711, G.729, FXO, FXS, POTS, Wireless
802.11a/b/g/n, IPv4, IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, GKTMP, CDMA, H323, SIP
Skinny, SCCP, MBGP, LISP
Signaling: SS7, MGCP, H.323, H.245, SIP

Networking Devices
Switches: Cisco Catalyst series 2900, 35xx, 3750, 4948, 6500, Nexus 7000/5000/2000
Routers:  Cisco XM series, ISR Series, 7200VXR series, 7600 series, ASR1002, Juniper
Firewalls: Cisco PIX, Cisco ASA 55xx series, SonicWall, Juniper SA
Access Points:  Cisco Aironet Series, WLC, WCS, Lightweight APs
Security: Cisco MARS Appliance


 Experience

Unnamed in Bethlehem, PA

July 99


Current

   Manager, North American Network Engineering  (2007 – Current )

Manager of a small team consisting of four employees who are responsible for over 20+ office
and co-locations including the Global World Headquarters in New York City.  Responsible for
provisioning, supporting, designing, and deploying new WAN/LAN/WLAN technologies. Currently
escalation point for all North American, Philippine, and European network issues and design
discussions.

    Sr. Network Engineer (2002 – 2007)

Responsible for the design and deployment of all North American and Philippine locations as well
as the initial design of the Global WAN infrastructure.    Support a converged Voice/Data network
where 80% of DS3 WAN traffic is g729 voice calls.  This includes QoS considerations, WAN
monitoring, support and provisioning of new links.  Documented new site design and help to
educate the team on new technologies from Cisco.

 System Administrator, Level II (1999 – 2002)

One of the lead technicians during the design and development of new call center builds.  Worked
with architects to design the computer server rooms with regards to sizing, location, and layout of
equipment.  Managed the Microsoft Exchange 5.5 server environment and grew it from a single
site design to a global design.  Other responsibilities included the maintenance of the Microsoft
Windows operating systems including NT and 2000; Microsoft SQL 6.5, 7.0 and 2000; and Microsoft
Proxy servers.  Specified, deployed, and maintained Network Associates SnifferPro remote
network sniffers for support and troubleshooting. Server hardware supported included IBM
Netfinity, ALR, and Dell branded servers.  Migrated the network from 3Com Netbuilder routers to
Cisco 2600 and 7200 router for increase reliability and help design the standard for the
configurations.  Lead a project to replace all the 3Com hubs in the network with Cisco Catalyst
6509 core switches and Cisco 2900 series Catalyst switches.  Was promoted to Network Engineer
after the organization grew to a point when separate duties where required to support the
organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    G.P.S. Transportation, Inc, Bethlehem, PA

Nov. 97


July 99

     Systems Analyst

Duties included the support of end-user issues in a network that was made of up small remote
offices. I was responsible for the SCO Unix and Citrix server environment in regards to all support
issues, installations and upgrades of software for the organization, and migrated the company
from a non-internet based e-mail system to a Microsoft Exchange 5.5 server environment.  This
upgrade increased the productivity of the remote locations by 10 fold as they where now able to
send attachments throughout the organization and to also communicate with outside companies in
a more efficient manner. Deployed a VPN solution for remote dispatchers to enable them to work
from home, and also allowed the Executive staff greater access to their information when they
where traveling.

   

 

 


Education

     Desales University, Bethlehem, PA


Current

      Business Management

 

      Currently pursuing Baccalaureate Degree

 

 

 


   
Allentown Business School, Allentown, PA


2000

    Associates Degree in General Business – Computers Specialty

 


 Career Certifications
     Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)


     Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer NT 4.0 (MCSE)

 

     Certified Novell Administrator 4.0 (CNA)


     A+ Certified Technician


     Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert #22061 (CCIE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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