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									                               CCND02: Chapter 04: Planning the Address Structure
                                                              Online Study Guide

4.1        IP Addressing in the LAN
4.1.1      Review of IP Addresses
               1. What are IP Addresses used for?                   Identify devices on a network
               2. Can two devices share the same ip
                  address on the internet? Why/why

                3. convert the following to decimal


                4. Ip Address are

               5. Fill out the table:
             Class                              Networks #                      Hosts
             A 1 – 127
             B 128 – 191
             C 192 – 223
             D 224 – 239
             E 240 – 255
                6. What is CIDR (Explain)

                7. What is partitioning

                8. Explain VLSM

                9. What is the subnet mask of this

                10. What did RFC 917 define?

4.1.2      Subnetting a Network

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                11. Why should wireless and wired
                    networks be on separate subnets?

                12. Who is the IETF

4.1.3      Classful Subnetting
              13. Name the two parts of the IP
                  address hierarchy

                14. How many bits are used to identify
                    the network portion in each class?
                         Class A
                         Class B
                         Class C
                15. The number of bits that make up the
                    host ID in each class is fixed

4.1.4      Custom Subnet Masks
              16. What is the difference between a
                  default subnet mask and a custom
                  subnet mask?
              17. What kind of bits are borrowed for

                18. What are the two possible values of
                    a binary bit?

             19. How many networks will be created
                 by borrowing 2 bits? How many
4.1.5      Communicating Between Subnets
             20. what is needed to connect subnets    Packet Tracer Activity    Hands On Lab – Subnetting a Network
4.1.6      IPv6
              21. How many bits are in IPv6

                22. how are IPv6 numbers notated?

                23. What are the three parts of an IPv6

4.2        NAT and PAT
4.2.1      Basic Network Address Translation (NAT)

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                24. What does NAT allow for?

                25. What are the main reasons to
                    implement NAT?

                26. What are some NAT
                27. Disadvantages?

4.2.2      IP NAT Terms

                28. What is an inside local network?

                29. What is an outside global network?

                30. What is an inside local address?

                31. What is an inside global address?

                32. What is an outside local address?

                33. What is an outside global address?    Complete Activity
4.2.3      Static and Dynamic NAT

                34. Why should a static translation be

                35. What does dynamic NAT permit?

4.2.4      Port-Based Network Address Translation(PAT)
                36. What is another name for PAT (and

                37. What port numbers can PAT utilize?    Hands on Lab - Determining PAT Translations
4.2.5      IP NAT Issues
                38. What are some issues associated
                    with NAT?
4.4.1      Quiz

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