Speed Subnetting, Part 3

Speed Subnetting, Part 3

WARNING: You must master subnetting using our course or some other trusted materials before you start using these shortcut approaches. It is a common issue for Cisco candidates to move directly to subnetting shortcuts for the exams without fully understanding exactly how subnetting functions. ICND1 (CCENT) Question

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Speed Subnetting, Part 2

Speed Subnetting, Part 2

WARNING: You must master subnetting using our course or some other trusted materials before you start using these shortcut approaches. It is a common issue for Cisco candidates to move directly to subnetting shortcuts for the exams without fully understanding exactly how subnetting functions. ICND1 (CCENT) Question

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Speed Subnetting, Part 1

Speed Subnetting, Part 1

Thanks to Randy of our CCNA program for this suggestion. Randy wanted some guidance on how to solve the subnetting questions in ICND1 and ICND2 very quickly. The ability to do this is often the difference between a passing score and a failed attempt. WARNING: You must

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Windows cheat commands

Console commands   lusrmgr.msc Users and Groups consolde ntmsmgr.msc Removable storage console perfmon.msc Performance monitor console rsop.msc Resultant set of group policies and registry settings secpol.msc Local security settings and User rights assignment console services.msc Services management console wmimgmt.msc Windows management instrumentation console   Run commands for

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Adding a TCP/IP Route to Windows 7

Adding A Route   Browse to C:WindowsSystem32 Right-click on cmd.exe and choose “Run as Administrator” Add “route –p add “destination IP/Subnet” mask “subnet mask” “gateway IP” (route –p add 4.2.2.2 mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.1) The –P makes it permanent. Without it, after rebooting, the route will be deleted.

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