Fixing a Misconfigured Subnet Mask from within the Router

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Fixing a Misconfigured Subnet Mask from within the Router

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Added by March 6, 2016

In a previous video, Mark Jacob discussed identifying and fixing subnet masks in a typical environment. In this video, Mark shows how to find and fix a misconfigured Subnet Mask from within the Router.

Also see: Identifying and Fixing Misconfigured Subnet Masks in Your Network Environment

 

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