Free O’Reilly webcast: Core Network Protocols

Posted on Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 in talks, tcpip by the machinegeek

O’Reilly is offering a free webcast on “Core Network Protocols: Two techniques you need to know.” The 60 minute presentation by Bruce Hartpence will be live this Friday, October 14, 2011, at 1 PM PT.

In this webcast we’ll talk about address space, the purpose of the network mask and the reasons we manipulate network masks. As we go over subnetting and supernetting, listeners will be given two techniques to use when working through masking problems. As a part of the webcast, a simple and more complex problem will be completed.

Register now at O’Reilly.

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One Response to “Free O’Reilly webcast: Core Network Protocols”

  1. Drone says:

    The Webcast is NOT free. You must give up your personal information to O’Reilly in order to attend.

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