Hello and welcome back to I C. Ndy one interconnecting Cisco Networking devices apart. One, this is lesson 4.1. Introduction. I pee before submitting. I'm trending Dara, one of your instructor for this course, this listener and recovering how to sudden it. A class full network with a fixed length subnet mask in a variable length mask.
So the first lesson we're gonna determine our sub net and address needs air and look at how many hosts you need per network. Um, how many subjects you need Kind of subdividing that classical network.
And the second lesson the last. Listen, air the episode, we're gonna look at variable like subjects. So we're gonna look at maximising
the efficiency, I guess, of the beach space. So, you know, have a class C network with 256 addresses. We're gonna look at maximizing that space for efficiency instead of wasting an entire block on two addresses.
have actually four goad or foregone the pre assessment questions for this lesson just because there's there's a bit of math and
I didn't feel like giving you the pre assessment questions for this would really do you any good if you didn't know you're looking at, Could you? Could guess.
But you didn't. You want to be? No. But all what you're guessing? Just numbers. So I've actually foregone those, uh, we're just gonna go ahead and move into the next episode here determining our sub net and address needs. So here, rushing a look at it and say,
how many addresses do we need in each sub net?
And as always, if you guys have questions, need help. Feel free to shoot me. Message. Otherwise, thank you for washing this lesson introduction. I look forward to a senior and the rest