I hope that some of you would be willing to give me some feedback.

While going to a tech school I was exposed to things like, Windows Server 2008 R2 - planning, deploying, configuring and maintaining AD infrastructure, environment and objects |Client computer support and domain integration | TCP/IP, DHCP, WINS, RRAS, IPSEC, Computer Troubleshooting, Cabling | Cisco 2811 router, Cisco 2960 and 3550 switches, basics in Cisco IOS 12.4, RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF, network tools including Wireshark,

What I have done in the 2 years since then is to do software support and primarily troubleshoot computers over the phone, as well as diagnose if a problem is network or computer related and get network printers to work.  I know that an employer would want to know that I had exposure to all of these things, but I find that I am getting contacted about senior level positions that require on the job experience with these things.  Is there a way to present this background for what it really is, so that I do not get calls about positions that I may not be qualified for, or to raise expectations of my skills / experience that may not be warranted?

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