They determine the needs of users and the requirements for their systems so that they can design, oversees, and maintain their networks. Professionals collect data on routers, systems, and other hardware. They will also estimate costs of equipment.
Also, the certified individuals use routers and switches to split traffic of network and build robust networks. They isolate the pros and cons of current network configurations, apply standards, protocols, and security of the network, sort out computer network issues, and aid in the formation of virtualized networks.
In order to obtain CompTIA Network + Jobs, professionals must have a minimum of a bachelors' degree in information technology, computer science or engineering.
Although A+ certification helps aspiring networking professionals gain extensive knowledge to work as computer technicians who can troubleshoot PCs, it does not give people a toehold for obtaining all types of entry-level IT jobs.
To sit for the Network+ exam, one should ideally have a minimum of 1-½ year’s hands-on experience, besides certification in A+ or equivalent knowledge.