For those who don't know what a Network Admin does versus a Sysadmin: - Designing an IP network - Evaluating equipment and vendors - Selecting routing protocols - Configuring common interior protocols (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP) - Connecting to external networks and configuring exterior protocols (BGP) - Ongoing network management: troubleshooting and maintenance - Security and privacy issues - Configuring network and serial hardware - Domain Name Services - Serial line communications using SLIP and PPP - NIS and NFS - Taylor UUCP - Administering electronic mail, including sendmail and Exim - Administering Netnews, including INN and several news readers - Firewalling using ipfwadm, ipchains, and iptables (netfilter) - Masquerading and accounting - IPX configuration for a Novell Netware network General and advanced configuration, including DHCP, DNS, WINS, routing, and RAS.
Professional resume for James Boggan, MCP, Network+, A+, certified computer network specialist and support technician, certified network professional, certified computer service technician.
Seeks employment in networking and/or web design. Experienced in Pascal, C programming, VERILOG, UNIX, Assembly Language 8085, 8086, and 80386.
King, Joseph M
Includes resume with the intent of publishing qualifications to interested parties.
Oliver, John N.
UNIX/Linux sysadmin in San Diego, CA
System Administration, Tech Support, Implementation, Deployment, PC Support, Road Warrior
FireWalls and CISCO specialist seeking a job in southern California based in France.
Network Administrator for five years, administration and maintenance of optimized secure LANs on Windows NT and Windows 2000. Emphasis on Microsoft products, server and workstation installs and networking. Based in Atlanta, USA.
MCSE on Windows 2000, MCSE on Windows NT 4, CNA on Netware 5.1, CompTIA A+ Certified. Links and Documentation.
Wilson, Don R.
Network systems administrator experienced with unix, nt, 2000, and novell.
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