Welcome to the most comprehensive subnetting course! My name is Keith Gebhardt, your instructor.
In this course you will be learning all the important information you need to fully understand IPv4 addressing which is directly related to your Cisco CCNA Exams, or any other IT exams you may be taking. Once you learn the details and key topics, you will learn the tricks and tools which will allow you to subnet any question quickly and accurately!
So what are you waiting for... come on and lets go! YOU WILL MASTER SUBNETTING!
Join the STUDENTS that LEARN and SUCCEED (Reviews are from all of my courses)!
★★★★★ Keith has an engaging teaching style that held my attention very well. I appreciated the practice subnetting questions and the 'cheat sheet' that he provides at the end. I would definitely recommend this course and this instructor - in fact I've already bought another course from him!
★★★★★ Great course and excellent teaching methodology!
★★★★★ Love the way Keith teaches. He phrases concepts in a manner that is easy to follow and understand!
★★★★★ Great course! Definitely will recommend this to others. If you like non dry material with good overall explanations and not just explanations written from a book, then take this course!
How YOU will LEARN!
This course requires you to be engaged! I teach this course as if you were in an actual classroom environment!
I use whiteboard styled teaching for most of the course just as if you were sitting in a classroom learning the same information. The course is not read from a script, which means you do not listen to me sound like a robot reading material and get bored - I will be speaking to you as if you are sitting in a room with me.
The course expects you to be engaged, taking notes and writing down information as i teach it. Study the information I tell you is important for your exams!
There will be many parts of this course which I work on addressing problems to help you learn IPv4 addressing and subnetting so you can pass your Cisco certification exam, so you should work on them with me!
I will give you the tools you need to be subnetting pro's for your Cisco CCNA Exams and for being an IT Professional!
Main topics covered!
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In this lecture, you will learn about IPv4 addresses. You will also learn how to convert binary to dotted decimal notation.
In this lecture, you will learn about Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicast addressing.
In this lecture, you learn about our IPv4 Public Class ranges, and network to host bits.
In this lecture, you learn about address ranges, and learn how we carry numbers over to different octets in different address classes.
In this lecture, you will learn about IPv4 subnet masks, how they relate to subnetting, and how they help define out networks and hosts.
In this lecture, you learn the differences between Public and Private addressing.
This lecture will be Classroom Styled where I give you questions, and you should try them on your own. Then, I will go over each question so you can see how I am getting the answer!
Hello everyone, Im Keith and I have been working in the IT industry for a little over 10 years now, working for both small companies and large fortune 500 companies. Working for a variety of companies in different industries has allowed me to gain a great insight on the important roles and responsibilities in the networking industry. Being in IT is a fun, but at times, challenging career. Technology is always evolving so it is important to stay well educated in many domains so you can grow with the technology and keep a strong, secure, and healthy network.
I began teaching in 2015 in small classroom environments, for different consulting jobs I had. That has lead me to dive into the world of online education which I only hope grows so I can help educate those who are eager to learn the material to be successful in today's technologically advanced industries.
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