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Author Topic: How to find a Dante/Networking consultant for a med-large campus network?  (Read 857 times)

Tim Weaver

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I still have networking problems which my "IT" guy can't or won't fix for me. Much of this issue is a personality problem, but whatever.

I'm looking for a consultant who can teach us a thing or two and hopefully check out our network and offer fixes to improve our dante performance.

We are a large church with 5 different buildings which need dante connectivity. I also continually have problems getting a wifi AP to play nicely on our Dante Vlan. We need the AP for Yamaha Stagemix and so I can patch dante on my laptop.

Does anybody spring to mind that has a really solid grasp of enterprise level networking and running Dante on it?
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Don't know if you've gotten a response via PM yet but I'm pretty sure one or two of our fellow forum members fall in the category that you were looking for. I can't remember names now but a quick search in the forums about networking should get you the correct names.
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Hi Tim,

I'm not an expert at networking when compared to Bob or Scott. But my day job consists of managing 6500, IE3,4,5k, 2960,3750,3850 series switches/routers and the protocols that go along with them. CTS, 802.1x,802.1q, port-channels, SM & MM fiber.

I am also Dante lvl 1 certified.

If you haven't found anyone I'd be willing to lend an ear. If you're ready to drop some dough and get it fixed, I'd politely allow a more experienced member take care of you.

Best of luck!
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Thanks for all the response.

Patrick Killianey from Audinate (formally Yamaha) has gotten wind of this thread. He is helping me work through the system. I have every confidence that He and I will be able to figure it out as soon as I can get all my ducks in a row.

Thanks all.
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Nathan Riddle

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Thanks for all the response.

Patrick Killianey from Audinate (formally Yamaha) has gotten wind of this thread. He is helping me work through the system. I have every confidence that He and I will be able to figure it out as soon as I can get all my ducks in a row.

Thanks all.

Good deal!
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