Network Guru [pic]

This guy is good.

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5 Responses to Network Guru [pic]

      • Actually, no, I’m not. Here, let me explain it to you. There is a mask. Above that mask is a net. Because that mask is clearly below the net, it becomes subnet, meaning beneath the net, much as subterranean means under ground, submarine means underwater, and substandard means below the standard. Therefore, you can easily say that it’s a subnet mask. A well done play on words using props to imply the name of a network sub-division device.

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