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Routing & Switching Courses | NetworkLessons
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Subnetting is the art of creating two or more subnets out of a single network address. In these lessons you will learn how to do subnetting in binary or decimal and how to become really fast at it. You will also learn how to calculate hexadecimal addresses which is useful for IPv6.

The switching course has everything you need to know about switches. How switches learn MAC addresses, what VLANs and trunks are and how spanning-tree is used to create loop-free topologies. You will also learn more complex topologies like SDM, CEF and stackwise.

When you add redundancy in your switched network, you add potential loops. Spanning-tree is used on switches to create a loop-free L2 topology. In these lessons you will learn the basics of spanning-tree and the different versions: PVST, RPVST, and MST.

When you add redundancy in your switched network, you add potential loops. Spanning-tree is used on switches to create a loop-free L2 topology. In these lessons you will learn the basics of spanning-tree and the different versions: PVST, RPVST, and MST.

RIP (Routing Information Protocol) is an old distance vector routing protocol. It uses a hop count as its metric, which is limited to a maximum of 15 routers. There are two versions of RIP, version 1 and 2. Even though it’s not commonly used anymore, it is a still a great routing protocol to start with if you are new to networking.


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