Kevin Myers is a Network Architect and Managing Partner for IP ArchiTechs Managed Services – www.iparchitechs.com based in the Jackson, Mississippi (USA) metro area.
He has spent the last 18 years working in the IT and Networking space across Government, Enterprise and Telecommunications sectors. Kevin was first introduced to MikroTik while working as an MPLS core engineer for a Cisco-based Telco and was tasked with evaluating routerboards as MPLS endpoints for business customers. That experience sparked a professional interest in working with MikroTIk that eventually turned into full time consulting as a MIkroTik Network Architect and Integrator. His main consulting focus is network design for service provider (Wireline and WISP), data center and enterprise networks. His favorite routing protocol is BGP with OSPF coming in a close second.
Favorite Quote “A day without subnetting is like a day without sunshine”
- Started professionally in IT/Networking in 1999
- Designed and built networks on 6 continents
- Worked as a Core/Design MPLS engineer for a regional US based telco
- Worked as Network Architect/Lead Engineer for a Fortune 500 global enterprise.
- Cisco Certified – CCNP R&S, CCNA R&S
- MikroTik Certified Trainer
- MikroTik – MTCINE #1409, MTCRE, MTCTCE, MTCWE, MTCUME, MTCNA
- Data Center move – successfully planned and executed a migration of a multi-million dollar Data Center from one country to another as a lead project engineer
- Service Provider – Redesigned BGP Route-Reflector clusters to increase availability across regions and reduce convergence time between ILEC distribution networks.
- IPTV Deployment – Designed and implemented an IGMP/PIM based IPTV network to support 200+ channels of HD broadcast video across an ADSL2+ copper infrastructure.
- Enterprise merger – Designed and implemented the migration strategy to merge the networks of two multi- billion dollar global enterprises into one consolidated global network.
- Wireless backbone networking in Alaska – Supporting RF based video networks in remote Alaska to enable researchers to track whale migration in the Gulf of Alaska and backhaul the video feeds to a Data Center.
- Wireless media streaming in NYC – designed a hybrid RF/Fiber network to support live event streaming in New York City.
Areas of Interest
- Integration of MikroTik with traditional network vendors like Cisco, Juniper and Adtran
- White box networking
- Network Virtualization
- IPv6 Transition
- BGP and MPLS Design
- Traffic Engineering
- Software Defined Networking (SDN)
- Software Defined WAN (SDW)
Kevin is a consulting Network Architect for IP ArchiTechs. If you would like to inquire about consulting services, he can be reached at [email protected]
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We’re an ISP based in Australia and use primarily Microtik for our routing – we’ve recently identified what appear to be some hard limits on the throughput of Microtik CHRs (about 2M pps). We were looking forward to your presentation at MUM Europe regarding breaking the 100Gbps barrier with CHRs and were wondering if you’d be presenting in a different format or be open to having a call to discuss at some stage?
We have alternatives with TNSR or customer DPDK deployments, but would prefer to stick with a Microtik platform if possible.
I believe my colleague Philip Loenneker may also have reached out to you on LinkedIn.
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In this link: https://stubarea51.net/2015/10/09/mikrotik-ccr1072-1g-8s-review-part-3-80-gbps-throughput-testing/
you are pushing 80gbps from ccr to VMs. May I ask what software did you use to capture traffic on the other side?
I want to make a stress test using ccr to create traffic that then can be saved to sdd drives, trying to get max write speed test of the system that we are building (ZFS based file server)
Any hint would be helpful
Hello am Tristen |Afful C.E.O for Patterson technologies we have a problem in identifying the equipment’s needed to provide WISP.
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