The responsibilities of the engineer are challenging due to complex network routing for an organization. The regular job responsibilities of an engineer tasked with supporting MPLS include the following duties:
To perform network monitoring on a daily basis
To troubleshoot and repair MPLS network hardware
Troubleshoot network MPLS network issues within an organization or at the client site
Maintain and deploy data transmission reporting tools for multi-protocol layers
To serve as the point of escalation for client VPN implementation
The specific educational requirements for network security professionals will vary according to the position and company. To attain this position, you need to have an essential degree in any of these areas: telecom, computer science, information technology, electronics or related disciplines.
Candidates must have experience with VLANs. An understanding and knowledge of virtual routing forwarding (VRF), along with IPv4 and the subnetting process, will prove advantageous in this position.
Aside from the above, candidates will benefit from the following skills:
The knowledge of routing protocols such as OSPF, BGP or RIPv2
Hands-on experience with VoIP networks and understanding of the deleterious effects of jitter, packet loss or latency on these networks
Familiarity with Cisco IOS
Experience troubleshooting network firewalls
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