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  1. Data Network Engineer filkenjitsu's Avatar
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    Hey guys!

    Any other service provider people on here? I work for a cellular carrier on a team that is responsible for the cellsite routers and aggregate routers on the 4G LTE network (Cisco ASR 901, ASR 903, ASR 1001, ASR 9010, and ALU 7705 SAR-F/SAR-8 and 7750 SR).

    What about you guys?
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    That sounds pretty cool, I would like to work for a provider
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    I've been doing service provider work for the last six years or so. Everything from support to backbone design and engineering, Cisco, Juniper, Alcatell, Redback, Brocade all that jazz.
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    I would like to have worked for service provider, get to see different setups/environments
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