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Mask Design Drill 2: Answers

Mask Design Drill 2: Answers

🕔07:00, 24.Apr 2012 Today’s post just lists the answers to the Mask Design drill #2. The drill lists some basic requirements for a number of hosts per subnet, and a number of subnets, and a network class. Your job: Pick the one mask Read Full Article
Mask Design Drill 2

Mask Design Drill 2

🕔07:00, 20.Apr 2012 Here’s another mask design drill, with the same idea as the previous two posts (chronologically speaking). For those of you with my ICND1 book, Chapter 16 spells out the details, and you can just use this as more practice. The Read Full Article
Mask Design Drill 1: Answers

Mask Design Drill 1: Answers

🕔09:30, 17.Apr 2012 Today’s post just lists the answers to the Mask Design drill #1. The drill lists some basic requirements for a number of hosts per subnet, and a number of subnets, and a network class. Your job: Pick the one mask Read Full Article
Mask Design Drill 1

Mask Design Drill 1

🕔10:25, 13.Apr 2012 Today’s post changes gears, at least for those of you who read regularly when the posts show up. The last few weeks, I’ve focused more on broader prep issues, and today, we’ll get back to something narrow but important: designing Read Full Article
Answers: Subnet Design Exercise 3

Answers: Subnet Design Exercise 3

🕔13:24, 7.Feb 2012 Today's post shows the solution to subnet design exercise 3, specifically the IP subnets. This post isn't all that meaningful without reading the other one first - after that, and after you take a crack at creating the design yourself, Read Full Article
Subnet Design Exercise 3

Subnet Design Exercise 3

🕔11:55, 3.Feb 2012   The subnet design exercises require that you do some subnetting math, but rather than reacting like you would in a help desk or support job role, you plan as if you were in the role of a lead network Read Full Article
Answer: Subnet Design Exercise 2

Answer: Subnet Design Exercise 2

🕔07:00, 28.Jul 2011 Today's post shows the solution to subnet design exercise 2, specifically the IP subnets. This post isn't all that meaningful without reading the other one first - after that, and after you take a crack at creating the design yourself, Read Full Article
Subnet Design Exercise 2

Subnet Design Exercise 2

🕔07:00, 25.Jul 2011 Today’s exercise requires a little more thought than most of my exercise posts. In this case, you'll start with two class B networks: 172.20.0.0 and 172.30.0.0. The problem also lists a set of requirements. Your job: to come up with Read Full Article
Answer Part 2: Subnet Design Exercise

Answer Part 2: Subnet Design Exercise

🕔09:00, 6.Jul 2011 Today's post picks up the discussion of the solution to the subnet design exercise I posted a while back. Start with the post for the original problem statement, and read from there! The third requirement stated that the WAN subnets Read Full Article
Answer (Part 1): Subnet Design Exercise

Answer (Part 1): Subnet Design Exercise

🕔20:00, 4.Jul 2011 Today's post shows the beginning of a solution to the subnet design exercise I posted last week. This post isn't all that meaningful without reading the other one first - after that, and after you take a crack at it Read Full Article

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