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System admin versus Network admin 7 years 9 months ago #29196

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I was wondering what other's thought. Generally, what changes more... systems (Operating systems, Windows, Linux, Software, etc.) or Network devices and protocols?

I was thinking System stuff changes more than Networking devices, standards, and protocols.

What do you think?
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Re: System admin versus Network admin 7 years 9 months ago #29197

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I think I would agree with you. There are more "moving parts" on the systems side of things, With the networking, once it is up and running there is little tweaking or changes that need to be done. The biggest issues are monitoring your network for bottlenecks and such as your networks grow.

With systems, you do have new Operating Systems, Service Packs, Patches, Software, Printers, devices,etc. that are changing as we go.
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Re: System admin versus Network admin 7 years 9 months ago #29206

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That's why I am thinking I want to be on the networking side :-)
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