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    Welcome to the WLB Tech Department:

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    WLB is a dynamic digital environment, its landscape supports various os, hardware, and learning systems. 

    Our concise infrastructure is supported by a Cisco backbone and delivers secure data via static vlan'ed gigabit routes to end users.

     MDF & IDF internconectivity is supported by a fiber optic point to point handoff. 

    Additionaly secure, filtered content is distributed wirelessly to the student body on a 1 to 1 basis  via our population of cloud managed Acer Chromebooks.

    The ISP: Comcast fiber 2GB internet Up and Down connection is TCP/UDP port traffic filtered via an on site managed Fortigate firewall. 


    Student traffic is filtered via the Nationally recognized CIPA compliant Securly Web Filter. Data is delivered to a redundant cloud based web storage site. Review, audit, and blocking of information is synchronous with multiple nationwide databases and dynamically updated via the google chrome extension.



    Our Phone system is comprised of AVAYA VOIP handsets, our vlaned trunk traffic is connected via CISCO POE switches which are daisy chained to local staff workstations. Our DR for this is a fiber fail-over providing direct throughput to from a dmz port to a static ip assigned Fortigate Firewall. 



    Backup redundancy is provied by a Barracuda box using a synchronos dynamic de-duplicated layered approach. hosted on a local as well as cloud based store. For DR, all images are virtual and can be spun up to provide primary processing while repair or recovery is active. 

    Virus/Malware Protection is provided by Comodo Dragon endpoint protection, a cloud based client distribution package.

    In classroom presentation/proctoring is controlled by NetSupport School.

    Our main district website and school subsites are hosted through Blackboard Inc. 


    Security Links:

    Digital Attack Map -  See who and what is currently attacking globally via TCP/IP and UDP protocols.


    Exploraton Links:

    Chromebook CareChromebook Webfiltering 

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