3 – IPv4 Default Mask values and Introduction to CIDR

Do I need this???

This module will discuss the default mask values of IPv4 and introduce the CIDR notation of IPv4 masks.

Example: Can you quickly determine the network portion and host portion of an IPv4 address based on the first octet of the address. Can you convert /16 into a subnet mask value and associate a class to it?

If so you’re probably not in need of this…Test yourself first with the following Challenge Me!!! http://youtu.be/tU5XwA3tYp0

Ready for Subnetting and Bit Borrowing – http://youtu.be/tKyEriKdvpE



Alice AUSTIN is studying Cisco Systems Engineering. He has passion with both hardware and software and writes articles and reviews for many IT websites.

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