Based in Washington, DC
Andrew Gallo is a Washington, DC based Principal IT Architect and Network Engineer, responsible for design and implementation of the enterprise network for a large university. Areas of specialization include the University's wide area connections, optical transport, wireless, and routing security. Andrew started during the internet upswing of the mid to late 90s installing and terminating fiber. As his career progressed, he has had experience with technologies from FDDI to ATM, of course Ethernet. Focusing not only on data networks, Andrew has experience in traditional TDM voice, VoIP, and real-time, unified collaboration technologies.
The George Washington University recently deployed Transmission Control Protocol Authentication Option (TCP-AO) after a recent code upgrade on its border routers. This further enhances BGP security features already in place on our network.