CCNA Ultimate Subnetting and IP Lab

Learn network basics, CAM, MAC, etc., IP regulations, and how to subnet IPv4 and IPv6 addresses quickly and accurately.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (44 ratings)
3,155 students
CCNA Ultimate Subnetting and IP Lab
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (44 ratings)
3,156 students
How to quickly and accurately subnet IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to help you pass your CCNA or Network+ exams. Also included is an introduction to networks, topologies, MAC, etc.

Requirements

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

Description

Note: Udemy limits the amount of time we can use for free courses. So I try to pack in as much content as I can. For more detailed information on network topologies, DHCP, MAC, ARP, IPv4, IPv6, and many more examples of subnetting, consider purchasing my e-book (same title as this course) available from Amazon. 

   

The Course

Subnetting is the first skill we need to learn in our path to becoming a Network Engineer, and it can be challenging. But in my Ultimate Subnetting and IP Lab I will teach you an easy to understand 3-step method that will allow you to subnet, reverse subnet and even subnet a subnet, quickly and accurately every time. In my courses you get just the facts, with the goal being to save you precious exam time (especially during troubleshooting simulations) so you can pass your CCNA or Network+ exams on your first attempt. 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

  • 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 furthering their career by advancing into network engineering by studying for and passing the CCNA exams.

Course content

6 sections • 11 lectures • 1h 12m total length
  • Networks, MAC, IP, and more
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Instructor

IT Instructor CCNAx2, IEEE fellow, and fine artist
Jeff Diamond
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 76 Reviews
  • 4,978 Students
  • 6 Courses

I am an IT professional with over 20 years experience. I am also an artist. My courses are low-budget, but they are filled with lots of useful information.

If you are an IT Student, I have written e-books designed to help you pass your CCNA exams. visit my website: CCNAUltimateLabs

If you are an Art Student and you would like to view or purchase original artwork from me, please visit my online gallery at: theartistdiamond and send me an email. If you would like to purchase prints, visit Saatchi Art online and search "the artist diamond".