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Subnetting is an absolutely critical component for CCNA success. In this videos, we are first going to review how subnetting works, ensure you master the “30 sec” method and understand the mathematics behind this networking principle. Once this is done, we are going to look at some shortcuts (tips) that can be used in the exam to ensure that we can solve the many subnetting challenges quickly and accurately (30 sec).
Subnetting is an absolutely critical component for CCNA success. The skill must be demonstrated in the CCENT (ICND1) and CCNA (ICND2) exams. Should you take the composite CCNA exam option, you need to be even better and faster at subnetting in order to achieve success.
It is wonderful to see how all of this works 30 sec, but in the lab exam environment, we are VERY pressed for time. We need powerful shortcuts. Here we will walk through my preferred shortcuts against the backdrop of sample exam questions.
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|Section 1: INTRODUCTION|
Introduction to the CoursePreview
What is IPv4?Preview
Understanding Public and Private IP AddressingPreview
|Section 2: CONVERSION|
How to Convert from Decimal to Binary
How to convert from Binary to Hexadecimal
|Section 3: COMMAND LINE|
Classes of IPv4
What is the Subnet Maks for?
|Section 4: SUBNETTING IN 30 SECONDS|
How to Subnet in 30 seconds for the Cisco Exam - Part 1
|Quiz 1||3 questions|
Few questions to practise before your Cisco Exam
How to Subnet in 30 seconds for the Cisco Exam - Part 2
|Quiz 2||3 questions|
Questions to practise the 30 sec method
How to Subnet in 30 seconds for the Cisco Exam - Part 3
|Section 5: RESOURCES|
Resources to keep practise
Andre S. Iacono is a passionate trainer and author regarding CCNA and CCNP tracks of Cisco certification. Andre formally began his career in the information technology industry in 2005. He quickly formed his own Training Center and then discovered his true passion— teaching Cisco technologies.
Andre is currently pursuing his first CCIE in the area of Routing and Switching.