The Subnet Training Guide for Students and Instructors v3.0

The Subnet Training Guide for Students and Instructors v3.0

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by Brendan Choi
     
 
From easysubnet.com!! ***New version 3.0*** Updated for June 2011!

"IP addressing is absolutely the most important topic for the CCNA exams."
--from the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Official Exam Certification Guide, Cisco Press, 2nd Ed, Feb 2011

A must-have for IT workers, network engineers, students and instructors. Learn IP addressing and subnetting for

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From easysubnet.com!! ***New version 3.0*** Updated for June 2011!

"IP addressing is absolutely the most important topic for the CCNA exams."
--from the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Official Exam Certification Guide, Cisco Press, 2nd Ed, Feb 2011

A must-have for IT workers, network engineers, students and instructors. Learn IP addressing and subnetting for work, certification exams and job interviews. Teach IP addressing and subnetting to your students with confidence.

This 100+ page E-book contains over 90 detailed examples and over 130 practice exercises (all answers included) and teaches you how to understand and solve any IP addressing and subnetting questions in a few seconds, under certification exam and job interview conditions. For IT instructors, this book gives valuable advice on how to explain subnetting to your students.

Learn beginner topics like IP addressing, subnetting, Class A, B and C networks, VLSM, CIDR and more advanced topics like supernetting, route summarization, wildcard masks and IPv6. There are both beginning and advanced VLSM examples and practice exercises.

IT workers and students can use this book to prepare for certification exams and job interviews. IT instructors can use this book as a supplement to teaching materials.

Ideal for all IT professionals, including Network+, Cisco CCNA and CCNP candidates.

The Subnet Training Guide is over 100 pages and divided into 6 chapters.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Understanding IP addressing and Subnetting ( 27 examples )
1.0 Introduction 3
1.1 Understanding IP addressing and Binary numbers 4
1.2 IP Address Classes and Subnet Masks 12
1.3 Understanding Subnetting 15
1.4 Understanding VLSM 23
1.5 Chapter 1 Summary 31
1.6 Exercises 31 ( 47 exercises )

Chapter 2 Subnetting Step By Step, including VLSM ( 33 examples )
2.1 Short Review of IP Addresses and Subnetting 34
2.2 Solving Class C Subnetting Questions 36
2.3 Class C Major Networks: Calculating Number of Subnets and Number of Hosts per Subnet 40
2.4 Class C Major Networks: Calculating Subnet Network Address for Subnet N 43
2.5 Solving Class B Subnetting Questions 44
2.6 Class B Major Networks: Calculating Number of Subnets and Number of Hosts per Subnet 46
2.7 Solving Class A Subnetting Questions 50
2.8 Class A Major Networks: Calculating Number of Subnets and Number of Hosts per Subnet 52
2.9 Solving Basic VLSM Questions 54
2.10 Exercises 59 ( 50 exercises )

Chapter 3 CIDR, Supernetting and Classless Addressing ( 8 examples )
3.1 CIDR 63
3.2 Supernetting and Classless addressing 63
3.3 Route Summarization 65
3.4 Exercises 66 ( 6 exercises )

Chapter 4 Wildcard Masks ( 9 examples )
4.1 Contiguous Wildcard Masks
4.2 Discontiguous Wildcard Masks
4.3 Special Wildcard Masks
4.4 Exercises ( 12 exercises )

Chapter 5 Introduction to the IPv6 Address Space ( 9 examples )
5.1 IPv6 Addresses and IPv6 Subnetting
5.2 IPv6 Network and Address Types
5.3 Exercises ( 15 exercises )

Chapter 6 Advance VLSM and Subnetting Problems ( 4 examples )
6.1 Class A and B Major Networks: Calculating Subnet Network Address for Subnet N
6.2 Advance VLSM Problems
6.3 Exercises ( 5 exercises )

Answers to Chapter Exercises 75

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011832437
Publisher:
Brendan Choi
Publication date:
05/30/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
374,214
File size:
104 KB

Meet the Author

Brendan Choi has over 10 years experience with UNIX systems and networks. He is an IT professional in the Washington, DC area.

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Subnet Training Guide for Students and Instructors v3.0 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Good book, great information