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  1. #11
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    Great info, guys.
    I am very glad to see technical discussion going on around here (along with people explaining these things so others can learn, instead of bashing those who are not @s into this @s some of us).

    Custom subnetting can be very effective for:
    - creating smaller collision domains
    - increasing security (smaller broadcast domains)
    - organization, optimization, and to some extent, more efficient use of your network (though some ip addresses are lost, as the HOST portion of each subnet is a -2 to the total addressable valid ip addresses (because all 1's and all 0's may not be used).

    I would be very glad to contribute and discuss deeper networking concepts if others would be willing to get involved also.

    (what about cisco ccna, net+, a+, mcse training / related discussion here @ antionline?)

    OverandOut.
    comJo
    OverandOut.
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  2. #12
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    Training would be great!

    (what about cisco ccna, net+, a+, mcse training / related discussion here @ antionline?) -comJo
    That would be great! If you really want to get into networking dont forget to add Network + to the training list! I just finished the book with 10 other techs and it is very good. I still have the book so that may be of some help!

    Alive to Learn,
    [gloworange]DISLEX[/gloworange]

  3. #13
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    Good Stuff. Terr you should write more tutorials!

  4. #14
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    Thumbs up

    MY MAN TERR IS WICKED SMART.......YOUR REALLY A LOT OF HELP TERR THANKS FOR EVERYTHING..
    BLAYDE

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