Local Area Networking Jobs
Local Area Networking (LAN) is the technology that allows computers, servers, smartphones, and other devices to communicate within a single geographic area. A Local Area Networking Expert is able to setup, evaluate, and troubleshoot local network connections and hardware including routers, firewalls, hubs, switches and cabling to ensure PC-to-PC, PC-to-server, and other LAN/WAN connectivity.
With an experienced Local Area Networking Expert on your team, you can keep your business running with minimal downtime or disruption. An expert can review and troubleshoot local connections to ensure data flow among PCs, laptops and printers is seamless and secure. They can also create VLANs so that you are free from single network segmentation and organize communications between segments through access control mechanism for enhanced security. Likewise, a Local Area Networking Expert can identify optimal configurations for existing infrastructures by strategically relocating routers and switches.
Here's some examples of projects our expert Local Area Networking Experts made real:
- Design of robust network topologies with efficient hardware components for connecting PCs, laptops and servers
- Custom cabling plans so you can get the most out of the existing infrastructure
- Setting up firewall protocols to protect against malicious intrusions
- Establishing cross-geographical connectivity to increase remote access capabilities
- Implementing IP addresses within networks to ensure proper communication between devices
By having a skilled Local Area Networking Expert on your team you will be rest assured that your business' LAN is up to date with the latest advances in technology in order to stay competitive in today's global market. And with our breadth of expertise in this field you'll find the perfect fit for any sized project -- from creating faster networks from scratch to managing networks with thousands of devices or more.
So if you're looking for a way to make your business more efficient or internet connected devices more reliable then why not post a project on Freelancer.com today with full confidence that you will find the right Local Area Network Expert who can deliver a cost effective solution tailored just for you?Conform celor 8,155 recenzii, clienții îi evaluează pe Local Area Networking Experts cu 4.82 din 5 stele.
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We currently own a /22 block of live IPs. Listed below is an example of what we own - not actual IPs - just an example - 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 For this description of the work, I am using the IP of 22.214.171.124 as the IP for our Internet provider. The Main Firewall config - not the actual IPs - just an example - that the other Firewalls below would connect to is - Lan IP 126.96.36.199 WAN 188.8.131.52 WAN Gateway 184.108.40.206 I am looking for someone to configure an HP 1930 48 port switch that other firewalls will be connected to. For this example, the setup would be similar to this. Firewall 1 IP 220.127.116.11 Firewall 2 IP 18.104.22.168 Firewall 3 IP 22.214.171.124 Firewall 4 IP 126.96.36.199 Firewall 5 IP 188.8.131.52 Firewall 6 IP 184.108.40.206 Firewall 7 IP 220.127.116.11 Firewall 8 IP 18.104.22.168 GW 22.214.171.124 Subnet I want VLANS c...
I'm having a networking issue with multiple client running on Windows/Android and linux. The issue appears to be a connectivity issue. Network map is the following: Modem with ISP connection [LAN]-> TP-Link CPE210 in Access Point Mode -> [wireless 2.4g] <- TP-Link CPE210 connected in Client Mode [LAN] <- Router <- Clients/End Devices. Usually I can get first device connected to the CPE210 in client mode, and other devices get a connection error/no internet. I suspect an issue on IP address assignment, but I'm not sure about this. I need help resolving this issue to get my client devices back online.
Hi, The issue I am facing with 5g CPE pro router did not have NAT or port forward option only have virtual server / application option the question here how to do that step in that router ( 5G CPE pro H112-370) model ?! to port forward RDP ? refer to the attached image I am looking for someone who can configure DDNS and port forwarding for my VMware lab. I already have a DDNS service provider, so I need someone who can work with that. The network devices I am using are Huawei 5G CPE pro router h112-370. I need to forward 1 port 3389 RDP. Ideal skills for this job include networking expertise and experience with VMware labs. kindly need help to configure DDNS and port forward for my VMware lab I had jump server in ESXI for private network which is my internet router so i trying to do...