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DNA of an IPv4 address

DNA of an IPv4 address: Subnetting in Your Head
DNA of an IPv4 address: Subnetting in Your Head

In this video, Bill Ferguson explains how IP addresses are built and exactly why they are built that way. Explore the 32 bits of a IP address, and how those bits are used to make subnets. 

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 9m
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Network Administration IT

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