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    Default Security + and Subnetting

    I'm having issues grasping this subnetting for security +, any advised you can give?

    how much of this I might encounter in the exam.

    Like always, thank you!
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    Subnetting will always be subnetting. There is no such thing as subnetting for Security+. If you don't understand how it works, how to create a subnet etc you need to look at a Network+ book or networking course or even google it. So much info out there about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFORCE View Post
    Subnetting will always be subnetting. There is no such thing as subnetting for Security+. If you don't understand how it works, how to create a subnet etc you need to look at a Network+ book or networking course or even google it. So much info out there about it.
    thanks for the help....


    not really.
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    If you struggle with subnetting, then I would suggest searching for Laz (Network Doctors) on youtube. While you may not have found TheForce's response helpful, he is right that you should probably find a Network+ book to help you become more comfortable with subnetting. It is quite likely that you will be asked questions that require an understanding of subnetting. If I were a betting man, I would guess that you would see a question or four that will line up subnets and vlans and which device belongs where.
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    Laz explains subnetting extremely well, here's the video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs39FWDhzDs

    Todd Lammle's videos and book is another good resource to use to learn subnetting.

    Todd is how I learnt subnetting and it finally clicked after struggling with this subject for a long time.
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