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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,

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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

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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,

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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

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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!

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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

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Subnet Design Exercise

Subnet Design Exercise

🕔10:02, 1.Jul 2011

For the US holiday weekend, I thought I’d leave you with a design exercise that requires a little more thought than most of my exercise posts. In this case, you’ll start with a class B network, and a set of

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