IP & BROADBAND SERVICES
Coyote Solutions Group can leverage our IBM resources and wide range of experience in
technology to keep your systems and network up to speed, reducing your time and
increasing your bottom line rather than simply costing you money and exhausting your
resources. Our services include:
- Next Generation Network Architecture Services
- Legacy Network Support and migration plans
- 99.999% (five 9's) High Availability Deployments
- Wireless network design, installation, and configuration
- Firewall and VPN Solutions
- Remote Network administration
- VoIP design, implementation and support
- IPv6 Migration
Network and Performance Audits
Essential for maintaining or expanding any network is the documentation. A fundamental
part of that documentation is a comprehensive presentation of Layers 1, 2 and 3 data.
This information is the starting point for any optimization, troubleshooting or expansion
plans. Ongoing network maintenance costs are significantly reduced by having this
information available. Information is also easily accessed and presented in an understandable
format. Once created, these documents should be the repository for all network changes.
In the event that these documents do not exist, a Network Audit must be performed to create them.
Network Audit Performance
A thorough network audit must be carefully planned and executed. Our team of auditors will guide
you through all the necessary steps.
Coyote Solutions require five days onsite for discovery, documenting physical network devices,
and other information gathering. Once the digging and gathering of data has commenced, we move
to the presentation stages:
Compilation & Layout for Layer 1 - Layer 1 describes the physical network devices and connections.
Data is compiled and Layer 1 documentation and drawing is created.
Compilation & Layout for Layer 2 - Layer 2 describes the abstract switching layout imposed on
the network devices. Data is compiled and Layer 2 documentation and drawing is created.
Compilation & Layout for Layer 3 - Layer 3 describes the routing information of the network. The
synopsis includes both design recommendations and errors discovered such as loops, bad dynamic
routing and most other routing errors.
The performance audit is the next step after the network audit is performed. A performance audit
is geared to highlight critical network areas that can be optimized for greater utilization, with
The performance audit analyzes:
Traffic utilization: By analyzing network traffic flow, we are better able to determine whether
the network is busy, normal, or idle. Network bandwidth is determined by comparing the actual
usage to the maximum capacity. Traffic analysis is essential to properly diagnose and fix network
KPI implementation and monitoring: KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) are used to gage how all
components of the network are operating. Core network areas such as the devices, links, and
services must be monitored closely to ensure efficiency.
SLA (Service Level Agreement): SLAs are important to maintain the bandwidth capacity at a
level that was originally agreed upon.
QOS / QOE Resolution: Metrics are delivered and studied to improve network QoS (quality of
service) and QoE (quality of experience).
IP and Broadband Services
Full Lifecycle Technology Planning
Managed & Monitoring Services
Unified Communications Solutions