[unisog] A couple network questions

Fred Portnoy fportnoy at mail.plymouth.edu
Wed Mar 12 12:25:07 GMT 2008

1. <150
2. 60 +/-
3. up to a \23 subnet
4. not a vendor limit

Fred Portnoy
Network Analyst
Plymouth State University

"unfettered by edgy modernisms, or classical influences"

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Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 14:45:35 -0700
From: Brian Friday <bfriday at lasierra.edu>
Subject: [unisog] A couple network questions
To: UNIversity Security Operations Group <unisog at lists.sans.org>
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Hi All,

We have a unnamed vendor making some unique claims and I wanted to get  
your input or thoughts since their claims were rather broad.

1) On average how many lines do you use for the security policies on  
your routers/switches? In the event you would rather not say an exact  
number is it greater than 150 or less than 150 lines?

2) How many vlans do you have on your network?

3) How many nodes do you have per vlan?

4) Is the limit you have on nodes a vendor limitation or a limitation  
you have put in place for management reasons?

Many thanks I will post a summary to the list two days from now.

Brian Friday
Manager, La Sierra University's IT: Infrastructure Department
Tel: (951) 785-2900 / Fax: (951) 785-2908
Riverside, CA 92515
Email: bfriday at lasierra.edu

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walls, the email you check daily, and the network that ties it all  


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