PROJECTS & SERVICES
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CISCO TRAINING (www.cisco.com)
A Cisco sponsored training was held in March 2011 from the 21st to 25th at the COET. The training tracks were
(I) Network Security, (II) Wireless LANs, (III) IP Telephony, (IV) Professional Development
IT managers from active member TERNET Institutions were invited to participate, and they did so very successfully
MOU with Internet2 (www.internet2.edu)
A Memorandum of Understanding between Internet2 and TERNET signed 30th June 2011 to jointly collaborate on the development of next-generation Internet technologies and applications.
link to mou here
Meeting between TERNET and IBM
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Training will be organized with IBM in the first quarter of 2012. Suitable topics should be put forward by IT managers but will include network management, system administration and security.
Meeting between Google and TERNET December 6th
The meeting between Google and TERNET looked at why few institutions were connected to the NOC
the way forward was to
1. make the NOC stable in terms of power and equipment
2. add value to the NOC by developing sharing applications
3. training to help Universities to develop campus networks
4. target Universities which do not have have fibre to install fibre networks
5. help TERNET build its network so institutions can see there is something they can collaborate on using the network.
A Training workshop is being organizing with Network Startup Resource Center NSRC (http://www.nsrc.org/) of University of Oregon in USA
Training for network engineers and system administrators from 16th to 20th April 2012 in Dar.
1. Campus Network Design:
Five-day course on Campus Network Design. For the first three days of this track we plan for campus network/NREN design principles, where to route and where to switch, L2 in-building design with lab for VLANs, use of spanning tree, etc. and L3 (dynamic routing in the campus core). for the last two days, we'll address campus network security.
This course is designed for university network engineers/architects.
2. Unix system administration
Five-day course on Unix/Linux system administration and IP fundamentals, using Ubuntu, building and securing LAMP servers, etc.
This course is designed for university system administrators.