Subnetting with (almost) zero math. In seven seconds or less! This is the subnetting procedure I use when taking a certification exam. If you’re looking for a way to subnet that is fast, accurate, and simple, this is for you. I highly recommend that you understand the math behind the subnetting process before watching this …
One of the key concepts of TCP/IP networks is subnetting. In this video, you’ll learn why we subnet our networks and you’ll see a network design that incorporates separate IP subnets.
Which of these addresses is a valid Class C address?
Which of these would be a valid RFC 1918 address?
Which of these would be the decimal equivalent of a /16 subnet mask?
TCP and UDP are the primary transport protocols used in today’s modern networks. In this videos, you’ll get an operational overview of the TCP and UDP protocols, and you’ll learn the TCP and UDP ports that will be important to know for your CompTIA A+ exam.
If you’re configuring a network connection, then you’ll need to know the fundamentals of TCP/IP addressing. In this video, you’ll learn about the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway, and you’ll learn how to configuration your system for automatic or manual network settings.
Our TCP/IP networks are separated into many subnets. In this video, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of IP subnetting and how legacy class-based and modern classless subnetting is used to connect the worldwide Internet.