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CISCO Network Consultant - Germany

Job Title: CISCO Network Consultant - Germany
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: £58 - £68 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 months
REF: AA-0258520_1504166738
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

CISCO Network Consultant - Germany - €58-€68 per hour

I have been engaged by a global Consultancy who require a CISCO Network Consultant for a 3-6 month Contract in Germany.

CISCO Network Consultant is responsible for working on a highly complex and diverse network infrastructure to deliver Network Support 24x7 shift based model. Should have a demonstrated experience in Network troubleshooting including networking products such as routers, switches, wireless controllers, load balancers firewalls etc. Ability to isolate and solve complex technical problems with the ability to interact with people (customer and internal Cognizant) at all levels, across a geographic region


  • Support scope includes data centres, campus, and branch locations
  • Remote troubleshooting and diagnosis of network connectivity issues
  • Build, Document, and review the routing, switching, NAT, ACL, Load Balancing areas pertinent to customer business requirements
  • Create and maintain operational handbook(s)/runbooks, SOP's, Sharepoint documentation libraries
  • Root Cause Analysis on Network/Secure Internet Access outages

Required Skill Level:

  • CISCO ASR and ISR platforms
  • CISCO NEXUS 2K/3K/5K/7K and 9K platform
  • F5 LTM and GTM Appliances
  • Excellent understanding of routing & switching
  • Good product knowledge of Cisco Catalyst 2K, 3K, 4K switches
  • Excellent working knowledge of Cisco Nexus 2K, 5K, 7K, 9K switches

If you are a CISCO Network Consultant looking for a new challenge then please get in touch with me on 0207 014 0239 or

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