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give me list of job at entry level that will add experience in netorkning field and that is easy to get a job after completing degree in cse

is technical support job add experience in networkning field ?
which job add experience in networking field ??
what is difference between L1 support or technical support ?? networking sql

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James’s Answer

Anything outside help desk would be adequate, PC/Network technician would probably be the entry-level point if you want some experience in networking environments (hubs, switches, routers etc.) specifically if you want to configure routers, run CAT lines, and mess with 10/100/1000 switches.


You might not be able to mess with firewalls much at this level but eventually it will open you up to that. but like I said avoid help desk as that is more of a CSR role than a technician role and you'll want maximum exposure to networks and resolving user errors doesn't give you that much insight into the inner workings of IT infrastructure.

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Nicholas’s Answer

Consider working as a server in a restaurant, recruiter, fundraiser, public relation assistant, law clerk etc. Good wishes.

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Edwin’s Answer

Below are examples to elaborate few point:

Tech Support (and not help desk) is entry level job in any IT company, generally TS is external customer/consumer facing hardware (to navigate RAM/HDD) or software (OSRI, Virus removal) support – either on phone, chat or email.

Help Desk is ITIL based team of analysts/advisors who are taking care of incidences or raising tickets for issues like password reset, MS-Outlook issues within company or external clients – example HP IT Help Desk for Hyatt Hotel.
L1, L2, L3 would be generally folks with more knowledge on the subject matter and they are next point of contact if textbook troubleshoot is not resolving issue.

Networking “customer onsite engineer” would mean you are installing Ethernet cables or wifi routers inside Hyatt Hotel when they have gone faulty; Or Airtel broadband guy visiting your house for “No Internet” issue.
Here L1 support would be people onsite network engineer would be calling when he is facing issues onside after checking all the settings.
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Gopal Prasad’s Answer

Starting career as Network Operation Engineer, Network Field Engineer, Network Support engineer or even Role in NOC would be good start to get into the career is network engineering field.

Also having career started in IT fields i.e. Desktop engineer or Help desk engineer can also later move into networking field, however consider role in networking field would be more desirable.

Also keep focus on learning new and upcoming technology and certification along with experience in networking field will be very important and help you standout in your team.
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