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Posted 11 January 2011 - 04:12 PM
Basically all I learned is that subnetting cuts down on your usable IP addresses, they can't end in all 0's or 1's, and that's about it. Blah... I hope I don't see any subnetting questions on the test.
The teacher from my school who went over subnetting did an excellent job and spent two whole days on it. i suggest spend some time just practicing it b/c that helped alot and do take your time b/c yes it can be confusing
Posted 27 June 2011 - 10:41 AM
However, if you're using the Sybex book (which I believe you are), they do a horrendous job explaining it. I recommended purchasing Mike Meyer's Network+ Passport (for like $15), which does a great job breaking down the subnetting process.
I recommended buying the Passport anyways, because it is a very easy read and is perfect supplemental material to the Sybex book.
Man, Jbrown...I had no idea these links existed. Scratch the subnetting guide idea, since that area is clearly covered. Awesome stuff!
I agree that Myer's does a decent job explaining subletting. I read his book first, and then moved on to Network+ Certification Study Guide written by Glen Clarke. After reading his explanation and doing the exercises, I can do this in my sleep! Highly recommend it for subnetting
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Posted 14 May 2012 - 09:22 AM
It is better to memorize the table though. I have been writing it all out because I think it helps me memorize how to do the question but I've already memorized so many things I'm trying not to jumble things up. I think if I focus too hard on one section I might not fit in everything else. I'm already losing place with a couple sections in the OSI and still need to memorize the DoD model.
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