Goddess that I am, I actually do have a subnetting question
Do we always assume that subnet zero is not configured to be allowed for the CCNA? I've noticed some practice tests in which the "correct" answer is to divide a class B into /17s or a class C into /25s...do we just assume for these and these only that "no ip subnet zero" is configured? Or on the actual tests, do we not see these type of questions?
OK, I confess, I do have one certification. I am an ACIA - Arcsight Certified Integrator/Administrator. But it's awarded for attending the class. Woot. And while it's a fine skill to have, my interests lay elsewhere.