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Detailed Network Design Skills Test
Test duration:
40
min
No. of questions:
10
Level of experience:
Entry/Mid/Expert

Detailed Network Design Skills Test

This skill test helps you evaluate candidates' and employees' technical expertise in designing network diagrams, troubleshooting, network analysis, firewall, etc. It also enables you to reduce your dependency on the technical hiring team by 70% and create targeted learning programs.

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Detailed Network Design Skills Test

It involves understanding and evaluating how each network component (i.e., desktops, printers, laptops, servers, etc.) connects with the others to optimize their functioning. It is represented in network diagrams, which act as a blueprint for the physical implementation of the networks.

Why use iMocha's Detailed Network Design skills test?

SMEs curate this test to assess candidates' and employees' strengths and weaknesses in network design-related skills. It also has cheating detection features like webcam proctoring and window violation to make your decisions making process bias-free.

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Test Summary

This skills test helps to screen candidates and employees who possess traits as follows:

  • Knowledge of capacity planning tools and techniques
  • Solid understanding of the different types of network topologies, including ring, mesh, star, etc.
  • Ability to design and implement a secure network architecture with tools like VPNs, firewalls, etc.
  • Experience in interpreting network protocols and using them to troubleshoot problems
  • Familiarity with network management systems, QoS mechanisms, and virtualization technologies

Also, test results are automatically generated upon the completion of the test to help you understand the skill proficiency level of employees and candidates against industry standards. This enables talent professionals to determine job-skilled candidates and employees who need upskilling training.

Useful for hiring
  • Network Solutions Architect
  • Network Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Network Analyst

Test Duration
40
min
No. of Questions
10
Level of Expertise
Entry/Mid/Expert
Topics Covered
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FAQ
How is this skill test customized?
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This test features the ability to tailor the difficulty level and choose the type of technical questions to be included in the test. It also allows combining multiple skill sets, like networking, troubleshooting, cloud computing, etc., to produce a more comprehensive assessment. In addition, you can include soft skills or other related skills like Linux System Administrator and Senior Network Engineer in the test.

What are the most common interview questions related to Detailed Network Design?
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Some of the most common interview questions are:

  • How would you define a hierarchical network architecture?
  • What are the different types of network designs?
  • Describe the different types of network topography.
  • Name any two technologies you would use to link two distant offices together.
  • What is a firewall?
  • What is the difference between HLD and LLD?
  • What do you mean by a node, IP, and DNS?
  • Differentiate between a switch and a hub.

If you want a more custom set of questions, iMocha can help!

What are the required skill sets for this field?
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You can consider both hard skills and soft skills as follows.

Hard Skills:

  • Familiarity with capacity planning tools and techniques
  • Experience in using QoS mechanisms and troubleshooting problems
  • Good knowledge of different network topographies
  • Ability to design and implement a secure network architecture
  • Experience in managing network systems and developing software
  • Familiarity with virtualization technologies

Soft Skills:

  • Good communication skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills