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Maintained over 15 different customer networks, while developing new strategies with business owners. Implemented Windows NT4, 2000 and Windows 2003 server environments. Installed and configured firewall appliances. Cabling and termination installations. Configured a customer with 11 remote ... View More
Technician Details:
Antonio C.
Location: Green Cove Springs, FL
Phone: 435-565-2314
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Member since: September 2008
Status: Active
Article Posts: 0
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Last Updated: July 2013

Feedback Comments:

"Tony was on time, and was able to swap out the drives in the server quickly and efficiently."
Calhoun, GA
Posted on 4/7/2011

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Types of Support Offered:
Computer Setup, Networking, Email, Internet, etc., Backups, Service, External Devices (Printers, etc.), Create or Modify a Web Site, Wiring (Network, Speakers, Audio Visual, etc.), Application Software, Data Transfer, Anti-Virus,
Operating Systems:
Windows Server 2003, Latest Windows OS, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT Server, Windows NT Workstation, Windows Vista, Windows Xp Home Edition, Windows Xp Professional,
CD Drives, CuteFTP, DVD Drives, Ethernet Cards, FTP, Harddrive - Changing, Harddrive - Data Recovery, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Firewall, Norton Ghost, Partition Magic, pcAnywhere, Power Supplies, Print Servers, Printers, Routers, Video Cards, VPN, Wireless Networking, Wireless Networks, Wiring Network, Wiring Peripherals,
Technical Solutions:
"AP were not accepting the POE signal with the existing runs. If the AP were connected via POE adapter it worked as long as they were connected via patch cable. New 100 ft out of the box wiring issue? "
"Upon arrival the customer requested me test the new wiring that was installed recently. One cable tested ok, but the second had a missing pair. Tried to re-terminate the second cable, but notced a kink in th ecable and once I spliced it to create the new end, I noticed, there was one wire missing from the original 8. I concluded immediately that the wiring was pulled during installation with the termination already installed and caused a wire to snap. While replacing the second wiring, I notied the first wire was wrapped aroung a high voltage line coming into the server. Not good. Traced it all the was to the AP and found multiple kinks. This wire was also replaced and re-routed away from this high voltage conduit. "


"There are two different monitoring units that are attached to this PC. They are attached via Ethernet wiring. Upon speaking to the customer, I noticed there was only one Ethernet connected and the second was the LAN cable. The second unit wiring was missing."
"I placed a tester on the cat5 wire from the room in question and tracked it to a section of wiring that was coiled and tie strapped in individual bundles. Once the wired was freed from that location, I tested it for connectivity and installed it to the PC. At this time, we had another issue. We were not receiving anything readings from the unit. Upon further search, I discovered the unit in question was missing the power cord. Once it was plugged in, everything came back to life."