- basic math skills
This course teaches the basics of IPv4 subnetting. Though fixed length is brought up, the main focus is on VLSM subnetting based on the requirements of a network. Other topics include base 2, 10, and 16 are introduced and there are lots of examples and walkthroughs on how to convert them.
Who this course is for:
- students that are going into network field and need to understanding how subnetting works
- 02:43Why this course
- 01:08Project Outline
Hello, my name is Arthur Salmon, currently I hold an Applied Doctorate in Information Assurance & Cybersecurity. I hold a Master’s degree in network and Communication Management focusing on IT Security. I have worked in IT for 20 years, with 10 of them being in an IT Security role. I have spent 6 years doing red-team work for private organizations, and just over 5 doing blue-team work for medium businesses. While my primary job role is in education, I spend allot of time working in the field and moving cybersecurity industry forward as a whole. I hold advanced certifications such as CISSP, CEH, and several Cisco CCNPs. I have also worked internally working to update Cybersecurity programs, courses and training facilities to aid in their modernization. Currently, I am working on coordinating western regional colleges into a more competition focus pathway as well as aiding in the development of competency-based assessments in Cybersecurity curriculum. When I am not working on aiding in education development, I own and operate a MSP in the greater Las Vegas area aiding small/medium business in meeting compliance and regulatory requirements.