Saeed M. Agbariah

Title: Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor
Basic Switching, Internet Protocol Routing, Advanced Routing Lab

Dr. Saeed Agbariah is an Adjunct Professor within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  He has JNCIP-SEC, JNCIE-ENT, JNCIE-SP, CCIE Routing & Switching, CCIE Service Provider Certifications, and over 20 years of engineering experience, and extensive experience with IP networks architecture, design, implementation testing, and troubleshooting.

Expertise in IP protocols and L2 technologies, including RIP, ISIS, OSPF, MP-BGP, IPV4, IPV6, Segment Routing, MPLS, LDP, RSVP, Traffic Engineering, Fast Reroute FRR, Link and Node Protection, Targeted LDP (RSVP Tunneling), Layer 2 VPN, VPLS, Metro E, Layer 3 VPN/MPLS, Multicasting, QoS, Aggregated Interfaces, LACP, VRRP, VXLANs, Spine & Leaf topology.

Dr. Agbariah brings technical and real-world work expertise into the TCOM 514 “Basic Switching”, TCOM 515 “Internet Protocol Routing” and TCOM614 “Advanced Routing Lab” classrooms to train graduate students on the fundamentals with real world examples. His research interests lie in the area of Computer Networking with emphasis on automation security, and compliance.