The Cisco CCNA and CCENT exams require that you learn how to subnet.
Cisco list this topic as follows on the exam topic list: "Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv4 addressing and subnetting"
This course is different to other courses. This course shows you practically how to work out IP subnets and then configure a network based on the subnets you have worked out.
This course has multiple scenarios for practical learning.
Points for the exam:
- Can you work out if hosts are in the same subnet?
- Can you subnet a given network?
- Are you able to practically apply the subnets in a network? Can you configure hosts statically and using DHCP?
- How do you optimize WAN connections?
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