Last post, I suggested doing part 1 of a lab in the CCNA Skills blog as a CCENT-level subnet design lab. If WordPress mechanics cooperated, that solution should be posted. Check out the details of the answer in that post. However, because I did tell you to create configurations, and for the CCENT side of [...]
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August 1, 2011
I wasn’t going to do another one of these so soon, and well… in the CCNA Skills blog side of things, I happened to have just written a lab. When I wrote up the answers to part 1 of that lab, I realized that it was a subnetting design review with config. Then I realized [...]
July 28, 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, dive in!
July 25, 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: 172.16.20.0 and 172.16.30.0. The problem also lists a set of requirements. Your job: to come up with an IP subnetting design. You choose the one mask to use in each network, find [...]
July 6, 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!
July 4, 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 of course, dive in!
July 1, 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 requirements. Your job: to come up with an IP subnetting design. You choose the mask, [...]
June 27, 2011
The answers for the most recent subnetting speed practice, for “find the number of subnets and hosts question 2” are below the fold – FYI. Ask questions as needed.
June 24, 2011
It’s Friday, and time for some subnetting practice. Today we’ll do another round on figuring out the number of subnets in a network, and the number of hosts per subnet. Suggestions BEFORE CLICKING to see the rest: be ready to start your timer. Be ready to finish all 5 problems. Your job: Based on a class [...]
June 24, 2011
Remember last Friday’s speed practice? Sorry for the delay in posting the answers. They are below the fold. As usual, I’ve listed the answers, but if it’s not clear why, you need to ask, so please do so. And sorry for the delay.