Supernetting is something like the inverse of Subnetting. With Subnetting, you take one Network and divide it into multiple sub-networks (subnets). With Supernetting, you are doing the opposite: you take multiple subnets and aggregating them… Read More »Supernetting, IP Aggregation, and IP Summarization
Last week I did my first live stream! I discussed how to do VLSM problems using only a pen and paper. In the Subnetting Mastery video series, I showed you how to solve VLSM problems… Read More »Upcoming Live Streams: IP Aggregation and SuperNetting – 5/13 & 5/15
I started recording a new video series covering How Data moves through the Internet. The intent of this first set of videos is to serve as the first Module of a new course I’m considering… Read More »Networking Fundamentals: How data moves through the Internet
The final video in the ACL video series answers the age old question: Where should you apply ACLs? Specifically, we’re going to look at the ideas of applying ACLs closest to the source or closest… Read More »ACLs… Closer to the Source or the Destination?