Subnetting Made Easy Part 2 Video – Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM)

Variable-Length Subnet Masking (VLSM) amounts to “subnetting subnets,” which means that VLSM allows network engineers to divide an IP address space into a hierarchy of subnets of different sizes. By doing this, it is possible to create subnets with very different host counts without wasting large numbers of addresses.

This video is a continuation from the Subnetting Made Easy video previously recorded by Sunset Learning Institute. In this video, Sunset Learning instructor Russell Hughes describes what is VLSM, when you should use it, and demonstrates building your VLSM.

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Instructor Bio:

Russell has over 20 years of experience in the field of networking. He has been delivering courses for SLI for fourteen years, specializing in security, content networking, and Voice over IP solutions. Russell teaches courses in the CCNA, CCNP certification track, CCNP Voice certification track, content networking, IPv6, BGP and Data Center. Russell’s industry certifications include Cisco Systems CCSI, CCNA, CCNP, and CCSP.

 

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