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Typical responsibilities of a network engineer include

Typical responsibilities of a network engineer include
Typical responsibilities of a network engineer include: design and implementation of system configuration and new solutions; system installation and system standard enforcement; maximization of network performance; network troubleshooting; securing network systems; upgrading data network equipment; support and administration of firewall environments; configuration of routing/switching equipment; configuration of IP voice services; first-line and remote support; capacity management. Normally, network engineers work 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. In this line of work, however, working outside office hours is frequent. There is no saying when something might go wrong, and networks must operate properly around the clock. Therefore, flexibility is what truly defines the finest of network engineering professionals. Knowing this before deciding on future promotions is essential.
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