CCNA 200-301 Total IP and Subnetting Lab

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.

Requirements

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

Description

The Course

An in depth look at IP as it relates to networking, and the fastest & easiest subnetting formula for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

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 re-recorded all the videos to more clearly explain the content. 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 sections • 11 lectures • 1h 13m total length
  • Networks, MAC, IP, and more
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Instructor

IT Instructor and fine artist
Jeff Diamond
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 121 Reviews
  • 7,087 Students
  • 14 Courses

I am an IT professional holding a number of certifications in the industry, along with being a part-time professional artist. Most of my courses are FREE to help people of all ages get a good start in life or to help with a career change. And although my courses are low-budget, 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.


I am always updating my courses, adding videos and other extras, 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. 


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