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Subnetting / IP Addressing Videos - Youtube

Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by iRock, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. iRock

    iRock Nibble Poster

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    Heres a few youtube videos I found useful now that I'm revising before sitting the CCNA exam:

    IP Addressing Part 1 of 5
    IP addressing part 2 of 5
    IP addressing part 3 of 5
    IP addressing part 4 of 5
    IP addressing part 5 of 5
    IP addressing part 6
    IP addressing part 7
    IP addressing part 8

    Hopefully someone will find them useful in future.
     
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  2. Wassup

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    thanks, I will be checking these out whilst I'm at work busy sorting out a friends PC, ooops I mean busy helping users figure out where the power cable is and what a monitor is! ('scuse the sarcasm I'm a wee bit persissed ;) )

    edit ...wooohoo! i now have 200 posts on this forum ...
     
  3. EduTech

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    Thank you for this post.. Rep Given as a thank you :D

    James.
     
  4. Stoney

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    Found a boo-boo in the first video!

    When he's talking about the network and host portion of an IP addresses, he says 'that when the network portion of the IP address is 24 bits and the host portion is 8 bits, you get 16.7 million networks and each one only supports 8 hosts.'

    I don't think so!
     
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  5. onoski

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    Thanks for sharing iRock, good video's and helpful:)
     
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  6. iRock

    iRock Nibble Poster

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    Yep,

    there is actually another mistake in one of the videos. I think its when the subnet mask 255.255.0.0 is displayed on the slide rather than 255.255.255.0. Its not really an issue though - being a youtube video the quality isn't the best so you don't really notice.

    I think what you can see is just enough to enforce what he is saying.





    Thanks for the feedback guys :D
     
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  7. Stoney

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    I only watched the first video, and apart from the mistake, I did think that the tutorial itself was well explained and not over complicated.

    They look to be a good resource :thumbleft
     
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  8. Panchotraining-John

    Panchotraining-John New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Sorry for the fluffs in the youtube videos, but they were one take and I tried to make it as near to my normal instructor led training as possible (mouth works before brain then too, but the students normally pull me up on it - just like you):) I now have the full set of CCNA videos available should you be interested



    Cheers,

    John
     
  9. edie209

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    John your videos are just great and I must thank you for submitting them do you have videos going all the way through ccna now are there only certain areas covered?
     
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  10. Tinus1959

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    Yes you do. He is not talking about a c-class network, but a /24 network. There is a difference.
     
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  11. Tinus1959

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    That is why you are tricked into that slipup. Later on he explains about the A-class, B-class and C-class.

    For myself, I found the white noise quite disturbing.
     
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  12. Panchotraining-John

    Panchotraining-John New Member

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    Yes, I have the full set up now and will be adding demos, labs. etc. as time allows. Sorry about the white noise, working on a shoe string here! Maybe you could give me a bit of funding and I could get some better gear:D
     
  13. iRock

    iRock Nibble Poster

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    Thanks for the videos!

    Great resources. Easy to understand too.
     
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