ICND = Passed with 853!!!!

Aquabat [banned]Aquabat [banned] Posts: 299Inactive Imported Users
wow, passed with the skin of my teeth. 853/1000

I had 40 questions. Know subnetting and block sizes and OSPF!!!

Planning and Designing 60%
Implementation and Operation 72%
Troubleshooting 100%
Technology 71%

Possible CNA next??? hahahaha

" I'm a leaf on the wind, watch how i soar!"
i herd u leik mudkips lol

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  • mikej412mikej412 Posts: 10,090Member
    Congratulations! icon_thumright.gif
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  • borumasborumas Posts: 244Member
    Congrats, a pass is a pass and that's what matters. :D
    I haven't gone very deep into the ICND book yet myself, what do you mean by block sizes if you don't mind me asking?
  • Sulblk27Sulblk27 Posts: 148Member
    Congrats...
    good question borumas...
    I am only in the intro portion, awaiting one more book to arrive...
    I am also asking about block sizes...in reference to bytes icon_confused.gif:
    Someone asked me when will my studying be over......
  • romainromain Posts: 222Member
    Congratulations ! Keep it up icon_cool.gif
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    Congrats! :D
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  • KaminskyKaminsky Posts: 1,235Member
    Grats!

    You may be looking down at the teeth marks in your backside but when it comes to renewal in 3 years time you will slaughter it.
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    Congratulations and thanks for the tips.

    BTW, love the sig. icon_wink.gif
  • royalroyal Posts: 3,353Member
    Congrats!
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  • Aquabat [banned]Aquabat [banned] Posts: 299Inactive Imported Users
    block sizes basically determine how you find your subnets for a given subnet mask,

    for example:

    a /30 is 6 bits on 2 bits off, ( 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111100)

    that is 252, you take 252-256 which gives you as block size of 4

    so your subnets would be 0,4,8,12,16 etc.....

    or 240 -256 gives you a block size of 16

    so your subnets would be 0,16,32,48,etc...
    the lammle book explains it all

    it really helps you on determining wildcard mask ranges too!

    watch your time on this exam icnd'ers
    i herd u leik mudkips lol
  • borumasborumas Posts: 244Member
    Aquabat wrote:
    block sizes basically determine how you find your subnets for a given subnet mask,

    for example:

    a /30 is 6 bits on 2 bits off, ( 11111111.11111111.11111111.11111100)

    that is 252, you take 252-256 which gives you as block size of 4

    so your subnets would be 0,4,8,12,16 etc.....

    or 240 -256 gives you a block size of 16

    so your subnets would be 0,16,32,48,etc...
    the lammle book explains it all

    it really helps you on determining wildcard mask ranges too!

    watch your time on this exam icnd'ers
    ok, thanks for the explanation, was thinking it was something different.
  • Sulblk27Sulblk27 Posts: 148Member
    Thanks for the reply and examples Aquabat-
    Someone asked me when will my studying be over......
  • moss12moss12 Posts: 222Banned
    good luck with CCNP and CCIE
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