Understanding TCP/IP Subnetting - Trung Nguyen

Understanding TCP/IP Subnetting

By Trung Nguyen

  • Release Date: 2016-01-04
  • Categories: Computers

Description

This is an excellent tutorial for anyone wanting to pass the Microsoft, A+, or Cisco TCP/IP exam. It covers IPv4 subnetting in depth, such as how to construct the IPv4 subnet tables from the ground up. 

Additional chapter touches on the new IPv6 standard. 

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