Lecture-Based Presentation on IP Addressing and Subnetting"
was created to teach computer professionals how to address IP networks and
perform subnetting. Subnetting
is one of the most difficult activities network technicians are required to
perform. Many people have found viewing these presentations multiple
times increases understanding. Use these methods for success:
View and listen to the sections in consecutive
order. Each section relies on information from the previous
sections. (The entire course takes about two and half hours.)
Print Out Practice Problems
and Section Helpers before you view the presentation (where
Take notes, and refer to the Section Helpers while you
listen to and view the presentation.
Perform the Practice Problems to sharpen your skills.
Be prepared to re-view key modules where needed
(usually three times is standard).
View summary sections to reinforce key concepts.
For test takers:
Learn Subnet ID/Host Charts that are a part of
the "Subnetting Section Helper"
Practice twice a day for a week
Before you click start on the test, write down Subnet
ID/Host Charts from memory on paper provided at testing center. (Do NOT
smuggle in charts or violate testing rules in any way!)
Use charts to lookup answers to subnetting