CompTIA Network+ N10-008

IPv6 Subnet Masks – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.4

The need to subnet is minimized in IPv6, but there are still subnetting fundamentals that are important to know. In this video, you’ll learn about IPv6 subnetting and how most networks implement IPv6 subnet masks. << Previous Video: IPv6 Addressing Next: Configuring IPv6 >>

Calculating IPv4 Subnets and Hosts – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.4

Before you can use a shortcut to calculate subnet values, it’s useful to understand the binary math. In this video, you’ll learn how to calculate the important values of an IP subnet based on the IP address and subnet mask. << Previous Video: IPv4 Subnet Masks Next: Magic Number Subnetting >>

IPv4 Subnet Masks – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.4

The IPv4 subnet mask determines which devices are on your local IP subnet. In this video, you’ll learn about the structure of the IPv4 subnet mask and how to calculate the subnet mask based on binary and CIDR-block notations. << Previous Video: Classful Subnetting Next: Calculating IPv4 Subnets and Hosts >>

IPv4 Addressing – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.4

The IP addressing process can be statically configured or automatically assigned. In this video, you’ll learn about the components of an IP address, special IP addresses, DHCP addressing, and APIPA configurations. << Previous Video: Binary Math Next: Network Address Translation >>

Network Connectors – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.3

There are many different connectors used on fiber and copper network links. In this video, you’ll learn about the various kinds of connectors that are used on common networking equipment. << Previous Video: Optical Fiber Next: Network Transceivers >>

Copper Cabling – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.3

Network administrators work with many different types of copper cables. In this video, you’ll learn about cable categories, coax, twinax, and 568A and 568B termination standards. << Previous Video: Provider Links Next: Optical Fiber >>

Provider Links – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.2

There are many different ways to connect with a network provider. In this video, you’ll learn about satellite networking, copper, DSL, cable broadband, fiber, and metro Ethernet links. << Previous Video: Virtual Networks Next: Copper Cabling >>

Virtual Networks – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.2

Just as servers have moved to virtual systems, our networks have also become virtualized. In this video, you’ll learn about network function virtualization (NFV), hypervisors, vSwitches, and virtual network interface cards (vNICs). << Previous Video: WAN Termination Next: Provider Links >>

WAN Termination – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 1.2

If your organization connects to the Internet, then a WAN termination point is located somewhere on the local network. In this video, you’ll learn about the demarcation point and the use of smartjacks. << Previous Video: Network Types Next: Virtual Networks >>