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Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 2:20 pm

I'm planning to take CNNA 1 classes on september :| so I been practicing with some problems and stuff I found on the internet, I recently found this schema which I been trying to solve but I guess I'm a bit too stupid to solve it :wall: may someone please solve it and explain me the process so I can understand? :bowdown:

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Given the following schema, perform the corresponding subnets design, taking into consideration that you must take advantage of the maximum quantity of IP's available.

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 2:26 pm

If you are just beginning CCNA then this is too advanced for you however if you want to have a go at it then go ahead.
Try and do some subnetting, there are plenty of places to learn that, even on here I believe.
Then come back when you get stuck and somebody will help you.
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 3:20 pm

I understand this might be a little bit advanced but I would really love to see how it's solved, and the process, would someone please help me on this?

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 4:57 pm

QZM wrote:I understand this might be a little bit advanced but I would really love to see how it's solved, and the process, would someone please help me on this?


No one will help you until you help yourself :cheers:
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:25 pm

No need anymore, someone else in another forum helped me already and with their explanation I managed to solve 2 similar schema's by myself, I hope this forum doesn't have too many assholes like yourself otherwise it would really suck although I don't think i'd hang out around here anymore whatsoever,

nonetheless peace out :)

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:44 pm

Hey thanks very much, I'll be sure to look out for you in the future, luv u :cheers:
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:37 am

another candidate for thread of the year....

BTW they're called network diagrams, not schema. Schema is a term used in relation with databases.
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:56 pm

Or maybe you can be the lesser asshole and learn some subnetting as suggested before. We're a forum to come to for help, not write a 10 page explanation on how to subnet when there are 100's of sources on the net that you can at least learn from first.

Basically you're asking us to give you a textbook lesson, not clarify a misunderstanding.

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:12 pm

What the fuck is CNNA?

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:51 pm

mellowd wrote:What the fuck is CNNA?


Corcoran Nelson Nardone and Associates? (An urban design and planning architecture firm in Atlanta?)
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Thu Aug 09, 2012 1:42 pm

expaddy wrote:
QZM wrote:I understand this might be a little bit advanced but I would really love to see how it's solved, and the process, would someone please help me on this?


No one will help you until you help yourself :cheers:


Your average answer on forums meant for support...kinda an oxymoron moment eh?

Maybe some clues instead of a misleading emoticon. :naughty:

I remember the days of studying CCNA and you should too...maybe a clue or two for the lad and some direction is all he needed not some useless post about helping themselves. Why was this site created? Do not do the work for him, give him an outline of the process....bud =)

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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Thu Aug 09, 2012 2:32 pm

danieldemers wrote:
expaddy wrote:
QZM wrote:I understand this might be a little bit advanced but I would really love to see how it's solved, and the process, would someone please help me on this?


No one will help you until you help yourself :cheers:


Your average answer on forums meant for support...kinda an oxymoron moment eh?

Maybe some clues instead of a misleading emoticon. :naughty:

I remember the days of studying CCNA and you should too...maybe a clue or two for the lad and some direction is all he needed not some useless post about helping themselves. Why was this site created? Do not do the work for him, give him an outline of the process....bud =)


Did I not say that he should go and look at some subnetting?
Or should I have spent time explaining about subnetting which is already explained at a thousand different sites on the internet.
You may not like my response but it was and still is a completely fair one.
So please don't jump on a thread to try and earn yourself some brownie points :cheers:
And for what it's worth I like emoticons :woohoo:
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Re: Cisco CNNA 1 schema problem.

Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:59 pm

Why not offer a hint? (VLSM)

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