Where can I ask questions regarding

  • Networking
  • Cisco
  • IP subnetting
  • @YOU: I'm actually not entirely certain that is a duplicate, although the answers certainly indicate that it is. Regardless, this question seems more straightforward, and Mike's provided a nice answer - I'm closing that as a duplicate of this... – Shog9 Apr 21 '11 at 15:41
  • @Shog9, I agree with you. May be you could close, reopen this, to make sure close votes are cleared? – YOU Apr 21 '11 at 15:44
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    @YOU: or I could just leave a comment, and see if anyone actually bothers to read before voting... – Shog9 Apr 21 '11 at 15:45

This was recently discussed on How can we improve moderation of IP networking. In short, theoretical questions about how the protocols work should go to StackOverflow. Implementation / Configuration questions to ServerFault

Update: I suggest asking both theoretical network protocol questions and Network Engineering implementation / config questions on Network Engineering.

It's unclear what you mean by ip subnetting, but if you have an ip subnetting question, please consider the existing answers as a possible solution:


Most of network related questions are asked on ServerFault but some questions are also been asked on SuperUser.

From the about link of serverFault:

Server Fault is a site for system and network administrators needing expert answers related to managing computer systems in a professional capacity.

And from about link of SuperUser:

Super User is a Q&A site for computer enthusiasts that’s free.



Just to let you know that currently, there's a new beta round of a Network Engineering Stack Exchange site. Beta means that it is temporary and will disappear unless it has a decent amount of activity with regards to questions, answers and quality of answers.

Hope that helps.

  • Network Engineering graduated from Beta several years ago, It is now the place to ask professional network questions. – Ron Maupin Apr 24 '19 at 13:48

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