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    Lightbulb Great tutorial for Subnetting

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    I wanted to share this blog link with you because if any of you are like me, I'm having an unusually rough time learning subnetting using traditional microsoft training. However, I stumbled upon this guy's blog and he makes it so easy to understand that I'm questioning why I didn't get this earlier.

    Subnetting Made Easy And Other Cisco Tidbits: Subnetting Made Easy - Critically Acclaimed!

    Enjoy!!
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    Has anyone ever seen the CBT nuggets for the 291 where James Conrad teaches subnetting? I don't understand why it works. It is an extremely short way of doing it (which I forget at the moment because it didn't look like it should work)
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    I watched it and didn't quite understand it for some reason. Or maybe I just forgot it and found this, then thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread.

    My brain is fried from studying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy85 View Post
    thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    hmmmm, if I sliced this... I bet if I could make myself a sandwich...
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    Arrow Be careful!

    Quote Originally Posted by Devilsbane View Post
    Has anyone ever seen the CBT nuggets for the 291 where James Conrad teaches subnetting? I don't understand why it works. It is an extremely short way of doing it (which I forget at the moment because it didn't look like it should work)
    Sometimes the method of James Conrad will give you a wrong result... anyway just verify accurately the question, if it asks for a certain number of subnets, first calculate the subnets!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truelies View Post
    Sometimes the method of James Conrad will give you a wrong result...
    I was thinking it would, but I'm also not a subnetting genius.
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