I just recently scored myself two interviews as a network engineer. It's been a while since I've been in the network engineer position, so some pointers would be great!
Basically both jobs are looking for demonstrated troubleshooting skills. In my opinion, or my experience, I typically work from L1 and up and then use show commands on the current running routing protocol. However, I'm not entirely sure how to answer that question without getting an immediate "no" on the checkbox.
They also both require experience with routing protocols. I know that one of the companies use EIGRP and MPLS on their networks, so in order to get myself up-to-date, I have been refreshing my memory with some CCNA material and some research on MPLS.
On one of the jobs, the requirement is to analyze the network for improved efficiencies. To me that means checking on running-configurations and network monitoring tools to see if the best route has been selected, and/or to see if there is high traffic on a particular router.
Any input on some of these would be great!