CompTIA Network+ N10-004: 1.4 – Subnet Masks – Part 1

| April 19, 2009

IP subnetting is an important skill for any network professional. In this video, we’ll introduce you to the process of IP subnetting and show you how to calculate your subnet and broadcast addresses from your workstation’s IP address and subnet mask.

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Category: CompTIA Network+ N10-004

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  1. Aucado54 says:

    Okay will have to watch this one a few times. Thnaks as always.

  2. ashwin says:

    Thanks Prof. I am actually preparing for CCNA and subnetting was giving me such a hard time. I’ve watched a lot of tutorial but none were as vivid and effective as yours. You are a trully dedicated teacher. Many thanks

  3. Dirk says:

    Whoah, that’s quite a chunk of information a relatively short amount of time.
    I must admit that I’m completely lost on the subject at this time.

    But like I said, it’s a lot of information a short amount of time so I hope I’ll get it after I go through it bit by bit a couple of times.

  4. Creasey says:

    Excellent Video Tutorial Professor Messer.
    Very accurate and easy to follow.
    I paused occasionally to do the calculations myself and this helped get the jist of it. Thank you very much.

  5. Giancarlos says:

    Yeah! +15 for intellect!

  6. Anthony says:

    Thank you so much! I’ve tried learning Network+ in other ways. This is the best I’ve seen/watched so far. Understanding subnetting has never been so easy to understand after this video.

  7. Anonymous says:

    wow! this is the simplest and most spot on calculations on subnetting ive seen, thanks professor, i did pass my A+ with your videos, i hope it will be the same come N+, cheers and kudos!

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