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New Training: Cisco CCNA (200-301) Assessment Lab: IPv4 Subnetting

by Team Nuggets
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Published on March 4, 2021

In this 3-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker helps you assess your skills to know if you’re ready for the 200-301 CCNA certification exam. Assess your knowledge of IPv4 addressing, IPv4 subnetting, and Cisco routing and switching configuration. Watch this new Cisco training.

Watch the full course: Cisco CCNA Assessment Labs

This training includes:

  • 3 videos

  • 9 minutes of training

You’ll learn these topics in this skill:

  • Welcome to the IPv4 Subnetting Assessment Lab

  • IPv4 Subnetting Assessment Lab Topology and Tasks

  • IPv4 Subnetting Assessment Lab Verification

What's The Difference Between IPv4 and IPv6?

Did you know that every internet-connected device has a unique IPv address? It’s true, up until recently, all internet-connected devices used what’s known as an IPv4 addressing scheme denoting a 32-bit address for internet and internet-connected device addressing. This 32-bit address provides 4.29 billion unique addresses that can be assigned to devices. One might think this is exhaustive and that we will never outgrow that number, but surprisingly, we already have.

As addressing schemes approached the 4.29 billion limit, device architecture moved to what's known as IPv6 addressing, or 128-bit addressing. Astonishingly, IPv6 addressing supports 340 trillion trillion trillion IP Addresses, 1028 times larger than the addresses available in IPv4 addressing. This incredibly large bay of addresses can support up to 1,500 addresses per square foot, covering the entire earth's surface!

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