Learning Subnetting

Learning Subnetting
Learning Subnetting
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 31m | 394 MB

IP subnetting is one of the most challenging, yet most critical, skills for IT professionals to acquire. In this course, you can learn the basics of IPv4 addressing and master the skill of IP subnetting. Explore the structure of an IPv4 address and the difference between public and private IPv4 addresses. Learn how to convert between binary and decimal numbers. In these chapters, instructor Kevin Wallace explains how to determine the subnet bits you need in order to create a specific number of subnets, how many host bits are required to support a specific number of hosts, and the range of usable addresses for each subnet. Plus, learn how to troubleshoot incorrectly assigned IPv4 addresses and use Classless Interdomain Routing to efficiently summarize IP addresses.

Topics include:

  • IPv4 address structuring
  • Private vs. public IPv4
  • Types of IPv4
  • Binary numbering
  • Basic subnetting
  • Advanced subnetting
  • Classless interdomain routing (CIDR)
Table of Contents

1 Simplify IP subnetting
2 IPv4 address structure overview
3 IPv4 address formatting
4 Address classes
5 Public vs. private IPv4 communication
6 IPv4 communication overview
7 Unicast
8 Broadcast
9 Multicast
10 Binary numbering overview
11 Converting binary numbers to decimals
12 Converting decimal numbers to binary
13 Practice exercise #1
14 Practice exercise #2
15 IPv4 subnetting overview
16 The network address
17 The directed broadcast address
18 The need for subnetting
19 Calculating available subnets
20 Calculating available hosts
21 Practice exercise #3
22 Practice exercise #4
23 Practice exercise #5
24 Advanced subnetting issues
25 Calculating usable IPv4 address ranges
26 Practice exercise #6
27 Practice exercise #7
28 Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)
29 Download practice exercises and tables
30 Review and next steps