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Foreword Chapter 1 Reviewing TCP/IP Basics Introduction Understanding the Purpose and Function of Networking Models Understanding the Department Understanding the OSI Model The Microsoft Model 1.1/1.3 Understanding the TCP/IP Protocol Suite Layer 1: Network Interface Layer 2: Internet Layer 3: Host-to-Host Transport Layer 4: Application 1.1/1.3 Understanding IP Addressing Converting from Decimal to Binary Network ID and Host ID Class A Class B Class C Class D and Class E Address Class Summary Understanding Subnetting Understanding Subnet Masking How Bitwise ANDing Works Default Subnet Mask Custom Subnet Mask Public and Private IP Addresses Understanding Basic IP Routing Name and Address Resolution How Packets Travel from Network to Network Example of a Simple Classful Network Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 2 Variable Length Subnet Masking and Client Configuration Introduction Review of Classful Subnet Masking Variable Length or Nonclassful (Classless) Subnet Masking Example of Subnetting a Class A Network Example of Subnetting a Class B Network Example of Subnetting a Class C Network Variable Length Subnetting Summary Supernetting Class C Networks Example of Supernetting a Class C Network 4.3.2 The Windows XP/Windows 2000 Routing Table Adding Routing Table Entries Removing Routing Table Entries 4.3.2 The Windows Server 2003 Routing Table Creating Routing Table Entries Removing Routing Table Entries Assigning IP Add
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