Ethernet

Ethernet

Proficiency Level 1
Basic Understanding

Describes basic Ethernet concepts and components using relevant language.

Distinguishes among various types of Ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet, Switched Ethernet, etc.

Identifies the various types of hardware devices typically found on an Ethernet network.

Tells others where and how to find answers to implementation/maintenance questions.

Proficiency Level 2
Working Experience

Describes basic Ethernet concepts and components using relevant language.

Distinguishes among various types of Ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet, Switched Ethernet, etc.

Identifies the various types of hardware devices typically found on an Ethernet network.

Tells others where and how to find answers to implementation/maintenance questions.

Proficiency Level 3
Extensive Experience

Demonstrates proficiency in most Ethernet features and facilities.

Describes Ethernet strengths and weaknesses vs. comparable tools from a business perspective.

Explains the capabilities and limitations of different types of Ethernet media.

Conducts Ethernet performance measurement and tuning activities.

Describes prior experience with optimization tools and techniques.

Installs and configures Ethernet adapters in multiple and diverse devices.

Proficiency Level 4
Subject Matter Expert

Trains others on use of diverse forms of Ethernet networks in diverse environments.

Designs and builds interfaces to and from other types of networks.

Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Ethernet vs. other network infrastructures.

Initiates in-house Ethernet enhancements and migration strategies.

Conducts ongoing research into extending Ethernet features and functionality.

Monitors Ethernet trends and assesses implications for in-house production environment.


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