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  1. Hi Rene,

    Cheat Sheet Table under Step 4 and Step 5 needs some correction. Please revisit and correct , it will be very useful for all of us.

    Thanks ,

    SV

     

  2. Hi SV,

    Thanks, I just fixed a few errors. If you encounter any, please let me know and I'll correct them.

    Rene

  3. 36lima says:

    Another easy way to get the wildcard value is to subtract the value in each octet in the subnet mask from 255.

    Example: 255.255.248.0 subnet mask

    1st Octet: 255 - 255 = 0

    2nd Octet 255 - 255 =0

    3rd Octet 255 - 248 = 7

    4th Octent 255 - 0 = 255

    Giving a wildcard mask of 0.0.7.255

     

  4. Hi Rene,

    It looks like /25 - /30 were not written in the 4'th octet. That is where the masks should be written, correct?

    Thank you,

    Kenny

  5. Hi Kenny,

    Ah I see it now...that's a copy/paste error, sorry for the inconvenience. It's fixed now!

    Rene

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