Simple. Don't mention the job title at all. Questions here should be about your technical problem, not about your job title. As a general rule we don't want or need to know your job title or organization structure.
If your question for some reason needs to mention another person, just state the relevant responsibility. This will be far less ambiguous.
Sometimes, but not always.
A person who designs / builds / configures / implements network technology
A person who is control of and has ultimate responsibility for a network
Now, it's not hard to see how those two jobs could be one in the same, but it's also just as likely that a network engineer would not have ...
I recently have been scouring server fault trying to learn more about
network equipment and configuration.
While what you are doing isn't wrong, the purpose of ServerFault isn't to be a learning/teaching IT site. It's a Q&A site (with a somewhat decent KB style if you consider the tags/search capabilities). There are far better "learning" sites such ...
I'm still scratching my head trying to work out what sort of questions you'd like to see; what sort of questions should GigE or 10GigE generate that 100Mb didn't? Or, to look at it from another angle, what sort of old answers about networking were specific to 100Mb ethernet?
Apart from a few questions about configuration and compatibility for odd hardware ...
I tried putting what I wanted to say in a comment, but ran out of characters.
At home, my four servers are connected via a gigabit switch. This is fast enough for me - I could find fibre cards for the lot and upgrade to a 10gig switch but that's gonna be seriously expensive - something for a home lab doesn't really need fiber.
I work in a school. All our ...