The customer is the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and acts as the provider of GIG/Defense Information System Network (DISN) services to its customers the Department of Defense (DoD) and national security organizations. DISA is also responsible for the Joint Regional Security Stack implementation (JRSS), including integration, testing and configuration of the stacks, migration of the traffic and development of the management system.
The JRSS program is responsible for the complete modernization of the DOD global network with enhanced capabilities using the latest and greatest technologies. On this program you will have access to the enterprise technologies implemented on a world-wide scale that will challenge your abilities and grow your skills as a network engineer.
As an intern on the program learning how very large networks, designed, implemented and operated. You involved in the review and development of training, network drawings, and Engineering Implementation Plans and sit in on migration of customer to the DISA's Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS).
As part of this internship you will be exposed to the following types of technologies:
- MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching)
- BGP routing. (Border Gateway Protocol)
- OSPF Routing (Open Shortest Path First)
- F5 load balancers
- Bluecoat/A10 Proxy servers
- Cisco / Palo Alto Firewalls
- Cisco / Junipers switches / Routers
- Site-2-Site Implementation
- DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network)
- Experienced with in-depth protocol analysis with tools such as tcpdump.
- Extensive troubleshooting skills.
- Actively enrolled in a degree-granting program in an IT related degree
- Be able to travel to Springfield, Virginia Facility
- Must be able to obtain DoD Top Secret Security clearance