FSNE: IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting (CCNA)
In this module, we will deconstruct the worlds of IP addressing and subnetting. We’ll begin with learning about IPv4 addresses and how we assign them. Then, we’ll jump into subnetting and provide you with the easiest method to perform subnetting by hand
- Welcome (1 min)
- Welcome to the Ipv4 Addressing and Subnetting module!
IPv4 Addressing - 132 minutes
- Binary and the IP Address (14 min)
- Let’s start breaking down IP Addresses by looking at them in binary!
- Network IDs and Subnet Masks (20 min)
- Now, let’s learn how to understand the Network ID and the purpose of a Subnet Mask.
- The Class System (12 min)
- It’s time to learn about the Class System and Classfull networks.
- Usable IP Addresses (8 min)
- Let’s begin our lessons in subnetting by learning about usable IP address ranges.
- Bit Identification Technique (13 min)
- BIT = Bit Identification Technique (The best method to subnet by hand).
- Subnetting Class C (26 min)
- Now for the good stuff – we’ll break down IPv4 subnetting with Class C based networks.
- Subnetting Class B and Beyond (39 min)
- And now, onto to Class B networks… and beyond!
Guidance and Motivation
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20 years in the computer networking industry that has included campus enterprise and Service Provider backbone support. Headed up the problem management team overseeing troubleshooting for all high profile issues at AT&T. Began teaching Cisco networking as a Cisco Netacad Instructor in 2007. My focus is to get students CCNA certified.
I am a Network, Collaboration, and Automation Engineer with a passion for helping others become their technical best. I have worked with and taught technology for over twenty years. Learning Cisco and becoming certified change my life. I am committed to helping others do the same.