Last Updated on April 17, 2021 by thegiantreport
IP Networking Masterclass – 22 Hours
Learn Network IP Addressing, Subnetting, Subnets and VLAN in Linux and Windows with GNS3 Examples and Switch Router CLI
It is critical to know Network IP addressing and Subnetting for the IT and Non-IT professionals like Researchers, Scientific Developers to succeed in the real work and passing most IT certifications. Network IP Subnetting is basically dividing your network into different sub-networks. By doing this, you can produce different broadcast networks with you one network. There are types of Subnetting. Each subnet allows its connected devices to communicate with each other, while routers are used to communicate between subnets. The size of a subnet depends on the connectivity requirements and the network technology employed.
A point-to-point subnet allows two devices to connect, while a data center subnet might be designed to connect many more devices. This course will help you learn the basic foundation of IP addresses, their format, ways to assign them, subnetting, and how to subnet.
The benefits of subnetting an existing network vary with each deployment scenario. In the address allocation architecture of the Internet using CIDR and in large organizations, you can think it is necessary to allocate address space efficiently. If you learn how to do a good Subnetting it may also enhance routing efficiency, or have advantages in network management when subnetworks are administratively controlled by different entities in a larger organization. Your Subnets may be arranged logically in a hierarchical architecture, partitioning an organization’s network address space into a tree-like routing structure, or other structures such as meshes.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN THIS COURSE:
- IP Networks
- Subnetting – why do we subnet?
- Subnet Masks and CIDR
- Linux and Windows IPv4 Networking
- Virtual Networks Testing with GNS3
In this course, you will be learning all the important information you need to fully understand IPv4 addressing which is directly related to your Cisco CCNA, RHCSA, RHCE, MCSA and MCSE Exams, or any other IT exams you may be taking. Once you learn the details and key topics, you will learn the tricks and tools which will allow you to subnet any question quickly and accurately!
Who this course is for:
- Networking and IT Students, Non-ITs Welcome
What you’ll learn
IP Networks and Subnetting Foundation
IP Setup in Linux and Windows
Virtual Network Setup with GNS3
A Compter (Windows or Linux) with Internet Access
Basic maths Binary Numbers
Virtualization Software: VMWare Player (Free) or Virtual Box
GNS3 software (Free)