How the IP address space is divided into subnets and how to tell if two or more IP addresses belong to the same subnet?

Speaker

Galatia Evangelidou, Network Operations Specialist, University of Stirling

Agenda

19:00 - Introductions & Networking
19.10 - Presentation and discussion
20:00 - Close

Synopsis

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Learn how the IP address space is organised into subnets.
  • What is an IP address?
  • Network subnetting and the importance of the subnet mask.
  • What is a default gateway?

This 60-minute presentation is suitable for every professional in the IT industry with minimum or no knowledge of networking.

About the speaker

Galatia EvangelidouGalatia is the Network Specialist Team Lead at the University of Stirling. Until earlier this year she was Network Operations Manager at Historic Environment Scotland. She holds more than 18 years of extensive and diverse experience in the IT industry and is a Cisco certified network engineer. She has managed complex networks, including WAN and data centre environments.

A full-time working mother, she has studied Software Development at Glasgow Caledonian University and, whenever her daughter allows some time off, she volunteers with the Scottish Tech Army and the Digital Technology Education Charter.

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Webinar: An intro to Network Subnetting - Subnets, IP addresses and Subnet Masks
Date and time
Thursday 30 June, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
Webinar
Price
Free