- network admin
- on Security-IPS
- WAN Optimizer Riverbed
- Work Location: LTIMindtree Client USA New York City, NY (10036)
"Desired skills: Network Admin
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
Excellent experience on Security-IPS, WAN Optimizer Riverbed, SolarWinds
In-depth understanding of core Routing and Switching TCP IPv4 & IPv6 protocols, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, VLAN, VPN, MPLS, etc.
Strong hands on experience on routing, switching, security devices, load balancers, etc.
Experience and expertise in working on industry standard devices and technologies like Cisco, Aruba, Juniper, etc.
Good communication skills and awareness of ITIL knowledge
Routing, switching & Security
Install, configure and maintain various network devices and services like Routers, Switches, Firewalls, Load balancers, VPN, QoS, etc.
Perform network maintenance and system upgrades including service packs, patches, hot fixes and security configurations
Maximize network performance by monitoring performance; troubleshooting network problems and outages
Schedule upgrades; collaborate with network architects on network optimization
Secure network system by establishing and enforcing policies; defining and monitoring access
Reporting network operational status by gathering, prioritizing information; managing projects.
Work with partners to ensure that their networks are configured and maintained to support the levels of availability required
Network Visio diagram, SOP and documentation update
Concrete knowledge on implementing and configuring Cisco Wireless LAN controller, autonomous and light weight access point, DHCP configuration, upgrade procedures of WLC
Configuration of SSID, layer3 authentication method, guest access and web authentication,
Cisco wireless Lan controller deployment methods
Understanding of licensing, redundancy setup, access point groups, layer2 authentication, PSK, flex connect
Troubleshooting Wi-Fi issues related connectivity, coverage and authentication
CCNP - voice candidates are preferred
CCNP - wireless candidates are preferred"