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In recent years we have supervised and carried out a lot of projects with and for our customers. Below is a small summary of these projects:

Phasing out of Cisco 6500 platforms

A lot of our customers were running their network-infrastructure on the well-known and proven Cisco 6500 platforms. With the need for more energy-efficient hardware, higher demands on capacity and newer features we supported these customers in the process of migrating to other platforms.

We advised in hardware/software/licensing needs, created designs and migration plans, provided hardware, optics and cabling and carried out these migrations.

In most cases we migrated from Cisco to Juniper MX and QFX platform but we also used other Cisco hardware (ASR) and Huawei. All our customers are running MPLS-networks where a variety of protocols/techniques are being used like EVPN, VPWS/VPLS and L3VPN.

See our Engineering-section for more info on our expertise.

Implementations of FortiGate HA-clusters

Network Security is becoming more and more important these days and our customers feel the need for robust and modern firewall-features. We believe FortiGate and the FortiGuard-platform provides these features and therefore implemented a FortiGate-cluster in our own network which we use to protect our servers and provide secure remote access from anywhere in the world. Next to using this platform ourself we can provide VDOM’s as-a-service to our customers too, see our Security-section for more info on this.

With a couple of customers we carried out implementations of FortiGate-clusters and migrations from other platforms to FortiGate. These other platforms consist mainly of Juniper SRX and Cisco ASA but we have experience with equipment from vendors like CheckPoint and Palo Alto as well.

Implementing subscriber-management on Juniper MX

One of our customers, an ISP, was working on the implementation of subscriber-management on the Juniper MX platform. 2Hip aided in building a baseline for terminating DHCP- and PPP-sessions in combination with redundant pseudowires to this platform.