IPv4 Addressing Subnetting by Arash Deljoo

Fundamentals , Subnetting , Functions
IPv4 Addressing Subnetting by Arash Deljoo
File Size :
6.87 GB
Total length :
17h 30m



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IPv4 Addressing Subnetting by Arash Deljoo

What you’ll learn

IPv4 Fundamentals
IPv4 Address Classes
IPv4 Address Types
Classful and Classless IPv4 Address
IPv4 Address Subnetting
IPv4 Addressing Operational View
IPv4 Address Analyzing
IPv4 Header
IPv4 Type of Service (ToS)
IPv4 Private Addressing and NAT
IPv4 Addressing Design Guidelines
Case Study and DHCP and BootP
IPv4 Addressing and DHCP for IPv4

IPv4 Addressing Subnetting by Arash Deljoo


This course doesn’t have any requirement .
You can study it as the first network course.


Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) is the fourth version of the standard that routes Internet traffic and other packet-switched networks introduced in 1982 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). IPv4 is the most widely used version of the protocol despite the limitations of its 32-bit address space. With slightly less than 4.3 billion available unique addresses, the available number of addresses quickly began to run out. With some clever ingenuity over the years that extended the life of the protocol, the pool of available addresses didn’t dry up until 2011.An Internet Protocol address is a unique identifier for devices connected to a network. The unique identifier makes it possible for devices to find and communicate with each other. Initially, the main types of devices that required an IP address included network devices, such as computers, servers, routers, and printers. However, with the Internet of Things, the list includes cell phones, televisions, refrigerators, automobiles, light bulbs, or anything else capable of receiving or exchanging information over a network.An IPv4 address is a series of four eight-bit binary numbers separated by a decimal point. Although you may use any numbering system to represent a unique 32-bit number, most commonly you see IP addresses expressed in dot-decimal notation.


Section 1: Internet Protocol ( IP ) version 4

Lecture 1 IP Fundamentals

Lecture 2 IP Address Classes

Lecture 3 IP Address Types

Lecture 4 Classful and Classless IP Address

Lecture 5 IP Address Subnetting [A]

Lecture 6 IP Address Subnetting [B]

Lecture 7 IP Addressing Operational View

Lecture 8 IP Address Analyzing

Lecture 9 IPv4 Header

Lecture 10 Type of Service(ToS)

Lecture 11 IPv4 Private Addressing and NAT [A]

Lecture 12 IPv4 Private Addressing and NAT [B]

Lecture 13 IPv4 Addressing Design Guidelines

Lecture 14 Case Study and DHCP and BootP

Lecture 15 IPv4 Addressing and DHCP for IPv4

Network Engineers,CCNA Candidates

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 17h 30m | 6.87 GB
Created by: Arash Deljoo

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