Calculating subnets can seem a bit daunting at first, but the process is relatively simple and only requires basic math skills. In this video, you’ll learn the subnetting process and how you can calculate subnets to fit your networking requirements.
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Both IPv4 addressing and IPv6 addressing have their own unique characteristics. In this video, you’ll learn how IPv4 and IPv6 addressing works, and you’ll learn how to use shortcuts to abbreviate IPv6 addresses.
The Media Access Control address of a network adapter can differ depending on many configurations. In this video, you’ll learn the importance of the MAC address and how to recognize the differences between EUI-48 and EUI-64.
CIDR-block addressing has added new flexibility to IP subnetting. In this video, you’ll learn about classless inter-domain routing and the notation used to designate a CIDR-block address.
The history of TCP/IP includes numerous changes in network technologies and subnetting. In this video, you’ll learn how the IP class-based numbering system was used in the past and how it’s used today.
Calculating in binary is an important skill for any network professional. In this video, you’ll learn the fundamentals for converting between decimal and binary numbers.
The OSI model is a useful reference, but how does it really work in the real world? In this video, we’ll investigate how the OSI model maps into an encrypted email conversation with Google Mail.
The OSI model isn’t the only model in town. In this video, you’ll learn about the TCP/IP model and how real-world applications are associated with each layer.
Through the years, the OSI model has been the fundamental model for networking. In this video, you’ll get an overview of the OSI model and a detailed breakdown of each of each OSI layer.
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