Network engineer requirements include establishing, developing, and maintaining computer networks between organizations. They need to provide support to all users, including team members and clients and fix any issues that occur. They may also have to design new networks.
Engineers provide support for system installation and define, document, and put into effect system standards. They secure network systems by setting up and applying policies, and define and oversees access.
Engineers must hold discussions with network customers and resolve present system problems. If required, they would need to replace the defective network hardware components. For network optimization, they schedule upgrades and partner with network architects.
They also configure firewalls and hosted IP voice services. Architects must be able to assess where there would be the requirement for communications, devise plans for the network, submit them to senior management for approval, and be abreast of the latest developments in the technological arena. Engineers need to comprehend and zero in on the wiring and hardware requirements for the premises of their organizations or clients. They are also responsible for improving or maximizing the network’s performance.