Subnetting Made Easy
By Russell Hughes | 30 Min Video | Technical Level: Beginner
In this video, Sunset Learning instructor Russell Hughes gives a subnetting tutorial for beginners. Watch for a few helpful tips and examples on how to make subnetting a little easier.
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“Excellent video. This is one of the absolute best “how-to” subnetting instructions that I have ever seen/heard. Thanks.”
“Having my exams tomorrow, this guy taught me everything our teacher tried teaching us for half a year in 30 minutes. You’re a lifesaver.”
“This has been the best subnetting video ever…truly subnetting was made so easy with this… I was struggling a lot with subnetting but you just nailed it. Thanks a lot.”
“Thank you. I have seen maybe a half dozen ways to do subnetting and the way you showed it actually clicked for me. Thank you!! Yours was the first that I could translate to the next question during my studies and figure it out correctly. I needed to know the why and most were using magic number charts, etc.. but didn’t go into full detail of WHY. I have to know why to do the how.”
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Russell has over 25 years of experience in the field of networking and 20 years as an instructor. He has delivered courses for SLI, formerly CCTI, for fourteen years, specializing in security, content networking, and Voice over IP solutions. Russell started his career in the IT industry as a systems administrator, where he was in charge of daily maintenance of Windows servers, backup solutions, and e-mail. He helped design and build a remote classroom lab solution that allowed CCTI/SLI to deliver Cisco courses anywhere in the world without the need to ship Cisco equipment. Russell currently teaches CCNA and CCNP level courses, with expertise in content networking, IPv6, BGP, and Data Center areas.Tags: Cisco, Cisco Routing and Switching, NEXT Community, Webinar