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Network Engineer - Chennai, Tamil Nadu
10/19/2016 12:02:59 AM
1.Should have experience in configuration and troubleshooting high-end networks.
2.The ideal candidate will be an Engineer, who is a self-starter, with excellent interpersonal, communication, documentation, problem solving and trouble-shooting skills.
3.Quality focus, result and goal orientation in a group situation, and commitment to customer delight are a must.
4.Sound fundamentals and in-depth knowledge of Networking Security Concepts
5. Should relocate to Chennai and work on 24/7 environment.
This is for a enterprise to enterprise level support.
Support US based customers over phone, email, chat and lab exercises. Help resolve product/network/wireless related issues.
Good understanding of OSI Model, TCP/IP protocol suite (IP, ARP, ICMP, TCP,UDP, SNMP, FTP, TFTP).
OSI layers – detailed understanding of each layer's function and relevant protocols that operates at each level.
TCP/IP – thorough understanding and clear explanation about windowing/handshake mechanism. TCP Flag
MAC header structure and use of each fields
IP header structure and use of each fields
Mac address table fields and how a switch uses MAC table for switching decisions
ARP table and how a switch uses ARP table
STP and RSTP
Routing Table fields and how a Router uses routing table for routing decisions
DHCP protocol messages (clear understanding of DORA process)
DHCP operation in layer 2 and layer 3 scenarios (server and client in same vlan or different vlan)
thorough understanding of Broadcast domain and Collision Domain
thorough understanding of Unicast, Multicast and Broadcat traffic
thorough understanding of Subnetting, Vlan, VTP, 802.1q, STP, Linkagg
thorough understanding of RIP (version 1 and 2) and OSPF (link states, LSA types, area types, router types, neighbor communication)
Difference between Routing and Routed protocols
Good troubleshooting approach (from Level 1 to 7 of OSI)
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