soooowutnow wrote: »
Replying to MrWryte: "The best advice: since the testing center will give you either scrap paper or a small erase board for working out problems, jot down the subnetting table from /16 - /32 and any other acronym or piece of info that comes to mind before you start the test."
That is some great advice. Big time time saver! In addition to that I put the following at the top of the page.
128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
128 192 224 240 248 252
/25 /26 /27 /28 /29 /30
That way I can just glance to see the CIDR notation for a given subnet mask or vice versa.
Amjo wrote: »
Thanks for this advise, but I'm wondering if that is not considered cheating in the test exam right?? (even if all these info. came from yuor head) Just to be safe:D