CCNA 200-301 Total IP and Subnetting Lab

Introductory study course for the 200-301 CCNA certification
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How to quickly and accurately subnet IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to help you pass your CCNA or Network+ exams.
Also included are IP regulations and ranges, and more.


  • No prerequisites needed. Only your desire to learn about IP addresses and subnetting.


The Course

If you are just starting your CCNA journey or you are simply curious about jobs in IT, especially network engineering, then this a good course to begin with. Total beginners, veterans, and others of all ages are welcome.

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The CCNA 200-301 Total IP and Subnetting Lab is an in depth look at IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6) as they relates to network connectivity, and the fastest & easiest subnetting formula for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. This course is a perfect starting place for CCNA candidates and anyone else who is curious about a job in IT as a network engineer or datacenter technician.

Not an exam dump. Just a solid foundation to build upon.

This course contains:

  • Basic network overview

  • Basics of MAC and DHCP, and more

  • Subnetting: why do we do it?

  • Ipv6 abbreviation and how to do it

  • RFC and IANA standards

  • IPv4 addresses, RFC1918 and IANA approved ranges, default masks, and how binary plays a role

  • IPv4 and IPv6 Subnetting Lab with examples, including how to create new subnet masks, and how to properly count host addresses.

These classes began as a simple whiteboard course, but I have since made new full-color graphics and I also added and re-recorded all the videos to more clearly explain the content. I am still making improvements, so I will update videos. I hope that you find it useful. Thank you!

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners and IT professionals (help desk, call center, etc.) interested in advancing their career into network engineering.
  • CCNA student candidates.

Course content

6 sections11 lectures1h 13m total length
  • Networks, MAC, IP, and more


IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran
Jeff Diamond
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I am a U.S. veteran (USN) and an IT professional holding a number of certifications in the industry, along with being a fine artist.

Most of my courses are FREE to help people of all ages, all veterans, and of all backgrounds, to get a good start in life or to help with a career change. My courses are low-budget, but I do try to fill them with lots of useful information delivered in a plain-speaking way so that everyone can understand the concepts and practices. Also, I frequently update my courses and adding content to make them better. I hope that you enjoy these courses, and if you have any suggestions for improvements or things you want to learn, feel free to let me know. 

In addition to teaching here on Udemy, I am a board member of the aviation engineering company Apeiron Technology, a Veteran Education Resources partner, and president of CCNAUltimateLabs.