With this blog I hope to not only help people pass certification exams, but to make better engineers.
I am a CCNA, CCNP, and have passed the CCIE Routing and Switching written, and made 2 attempts at the Lab. I am currently working on the CCNP Voice.
I will be posting on topics that I am learning, tips and tricks, and requests, where possible.
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Hi. Ive done one of your tests recently and im pretty sure ive answered right a question about subnetting and the solution said it was wrong.
Ive looked at it for a while and im 100% sure there has to be any error with your test.
I have the screenshot, but i can explain it.
Is it not 172.20.4.128 the base subnet address of 172.20.4.200 /25 ???
And is it not 172.20.9.64 the base subnet address of 172.20.9.100 /26 ???
Im not CCNP, but if your tests have these kind of fails how can i rely on them?
I almost feel like a retard because i see it very obvious and if im wrong im not gonna feel good.
I think you should put an explanation on the “Sort Elements” kind of questions.
Interesting. Both of your answers are correct, but they match what I have set as the correct answers. Can you shoot the screenshot over to routeswitchblog at gmail dot com?