Adapted from an article originally published on the Internet by Greg Stanley, MCP; rewritten by Beau Sanders; this article is written to help students who need a system to answer subnetting questions for certification exams or college networking courses, where calculators and/or tip sheets are not allowed; the writer assumes that the reader is familiar with subnetting theory and knows how to count in binary at least to 16 bits; included in the Subnetting Workshop handout listed below
Audio from Subnetting Workshop held in January 2008; listen to this lecture while following along in the handout above; does not include discussion of exercises at end of handout; this lecture was recorded during a class at Greenville Tech
A homemade CCNA tip/cheatsheet that collects the most important subnet details on one page
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