Tomorrow (May 19th, 2015) I'll be teaching a live, streaming class titled, "IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting Deep Dive" on INE's Live Streaming site. This class will begin at 12pm Eastern and run for 3+ hours (depending on quantity of questions). The class will be also be recorded.
During the class I'll be covering:
- History of IPv4 Addresses (why they were developed)
- How computers "see" MAC and IP Addresses
- What is a subnet mask and why is it important
- The need for subnetting
- Same-Length Subnetting
- Variable-Length Subnetting (VLSM)
- CIDR (Classless Interdomain Routing)
- IP Address Summarization
I'll also have multiple "Quiz" slides throughout the presentation giving you the opportunity to work through problems after which, I'll go through the answers.
If you're studying for your CCNA, you definitely won't want to miss this.