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IP MasterClass

Become an IP master with this course!

Lazaro Diaz


£49 inc VAT
Study method
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8.5 hours
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price

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What you'll learn

  • IP Addressing & Configurations

  • Subnetting in IPv4 & IPv6

  • Route Summarization

  • Configuring Routing IPv4 & IPv6 Routing Protocols

  • L2 & L3 Ether-channel


8h 33m
    • 2: IPv4 Addressing 12:45
    • 3: IPv4 Addressing Notes 01:00 PDF
    • 4: Anatomy of an IPv4 Address 11:00
    • 5: Anatomy of an IPv4 Address 01:00 PDF
    • 6: Converting Decimal, Binary and Hex Values 18:43
    • 7: Converting Decimal, Binary and HEX Values 01:00 PDF
    • 8: Subnetmask Formats DDN and CIDR 14:52
    • 9: Subnetmask Formats DDN and CIDR 01:00 PDF
    • 10: Quiz 01:00
    • 11: Classifying IPv4 Addresses 12:08
    • 12: Classifying IPv4 addresses 01:00 PDF
    • 13: Private IP Address Range 15:45
    • 14: Private IP Address Range 01:00 PDF
    • 15: Reserved IPv4 Addresses 15:53
    • 16: Reserved IPv4 Addresses 01:00 PDF
    • 17: Quiz 02:00
    • 18: The Need for Subnetting 18:20
    • 19: The Need for Subnetting 01:00 PDF
    • 20: Class-Full Subnetting 19:48
    • 21: Class-Full Subnetting 01:00 PDF
    • 22: Class-Less Subnetting or VLSM 18:22
    • 23: Class-Less Subnetting 01:00 PDF
    • 24: The Zero Network 16:33
    • 25: The Zero Network 01:00 PDF
    • 26: Quiz 03:00
    • 27: Why do we Summarize Networks? 12:05
    • 28: How do we Summarize Networks? 18:48
    • 29: How do we Summarize Networks? 01:00 PDF
    • 30: Applying Summary Address to a Router 11:58
    • 31: Quiz 02:00
    • 32: Creating a Class-Full IPv4 Network 18:54
    • 33: Creating a Class-Less IPv4 Network 18:01
    • 34: Creating a VLAN Network 20:10
    • 35: Creating a Spine and Leaf Network 24:15
    • 36: Quiz 01:00
    • 37: IPv6 Foundational Topics 19:02
    • 38: IPv6 Foundational Topics 01:00 PDF
    • 39: The Anatomy of an IPv6 Address 13:28
    • 40: The Anatomy of an IPv6 Address 01:00 PDF
    • 41: IPv6 Address Types 14:40
    • 42: IPv6 Address Types 01:00 PDF
    • 43: IPv6 New Features 11:33
    • 44: IPv6 New Features 01:00 PDF
    • 45: IPv6 Addressing Rules 07:11
    • 46: IPv6 Addressing Rules 01:00 PDF
    • 47: IPv6 Subnetting "The Laz Way" 22:27
    • 48: The Laz Way of IPv6 Subnetting 01:00 PDF
    • 49: IPv6 Basic Configuration on a Router 06:47
    • 50: Configuring RIPng on a Router 11:12
    • 51: Configuring EIGRPv6 on a Router 15:39
    • 52: Configuring OPSFv3 on a Router 14:34
    • 53: Configuring Dual stack on a Router 20:08
    • 54: Configuring the EUI-64 Feature 09:38
    • 55: Summary of Course (FOR NOW) 01:59
    • 56: Tricky Subnetting 08:00
    • 57: Tricky Subnetmask 01:00 PDF

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This IP MasterClass will encompass all of the IP knowledge that you did not understand, were afraid of, or just simply did not know the importance of in the Computer Age!

You should be aware that IPs are extremely important in the Information Technology fields that you would need for certification & the real world.

Not only will this MasterClass included the basic fundamental topics but will dive deep into the advanced topics & the reasons why we configure IPs and apply them to a Network.

This IP MasterClass will also include Labs using several methods of IP infrastructure to include the NOW new Spine & Leaf topology that is part of the NEW CCNA (200-301).

This IP MasterClass should make the student aware that they will also partake in configuring the following:

1) L2 Ether-channel
2) L3 Ether-channel
3) ROA
4) SVI
5) VTP

Of course, that's not all!

This course will also include the very basics of securing Internetworking Devices for management purposes within your Network.

Remember that IPs are the heart of every NETWORK and it is an essential topic that all IT professionals, regardless of their level of expertise, must embrace. There is just no getting around IPs if you want to compete in the real world and make yourself stand above the rest. Whether it's your career or job.

This course will have quizzes, labs & notes at the end of each section to gauge your knowledge of topics learned.

When you complete this course, you should NOT have any more doubts and/or fears of IPs and will have ultimately become an IP MASTER!

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone in the Information Technology field
  • Anyone in Networking
  • Anyone that needs to understand IPs


  • Student must have a passion to learn the subject matter

  • Student must have a simulator of emulator of their choice to practice

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Reed courses certificate of completion is included in course price

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