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Yes...Another Subnetting question

By worldmac1 ·
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Ok...I have this subnetting just about down...Well for class C anyway. I have been looking at some Q's and A's from the Cisco Press, and Sybex books along with some web stuff. Everytime I think I have it down pat for sure, there will be a class B or A question that absolutely blows my mind. I know I need to continue studying hard at this, but just how hard? I plan on taking both tests individually (ICND-1 first). Just seems right for me.
...Anyway, do you think there will be a ton of Class A and B questions on the exam?

All help is greatly appreciated!!

Thanks!

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Hmmm

by Kjell_Andorsen In reply to Yes...Another Subnetting ...

If you understand how subnetting really works, it doesn't matter if it's A, B or C, the math to calculate it is the samme.

What is it about the class A and Bs that throws you off?

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Try this link

by IC-IT In reply to Yes...Another Subnetting ...

One of TechRepublics own George Ou has a nice guide to ease the pain of subnetting. Just click the download link for a nice pdf.

http://downloads.techrepublic.com.com/download.aspx?q=subnetting&docid=236695

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