Network  Planning

At 2AdvanceIT, our specialists provide you with advice, planning and installation for your network infrastructure. From on-site network cable installations, to activating additional extensions and workstations, we offer a variety of equipment to supplement the needs to keep your business running efficiently.

Service and Support include:

  • Consultation and Survey of New Locations to Determine Cabling & System Needs

  • Routers, Switches, Wireless device and antenna installations

  • Maintenance Agreements

  • Expanding Existing Systems

  • Installation of new PCs, including start-up and test

  • Configuration of PCs for network usage

  • Set-up of shared resources as per network design

  • Installation of any software provided with the upgrade

  • Demonstration of network functionality to the network administrator

Our specialists are experienced in the design, installation and configuration of networks and in troubleshooting a wide variety of network and server related problems.

2AdvanceIT will ensure your router is configured properly to optimize network performance and ensure critical business and home office systems run efficiently.

The creativity and persistence of malicious hackers requires that firewall management be an active process. We will examine on your firewall, as well as the latest security trends, to make sure you stay current.

Wireless networking has been a massive benefit for those constantly on the go. Wireless routers and Access points can expand your network without costly wire installations or modifying the buildings structure that you may be leasing or renting.
Equipment set-up, Configuration, and Managing wireless networks involves numerous related network identification and addressing issues. Most Wireless Access Points (WAPs) include documentation on setup and configuration, but not all of them mention securing it, or to change default settings (and strengthen security settings when possible) as a best security practice. This is particularly true when it comes to choosing Router Name, Service Set IDentifiers (SSIDs), turning off SSID broadcast and turning on any of various encryption schemes (stronger is better) that wireless networks can (and should) use.