Home > Question About > Question About Subnetting (I Think.)

Question About Subnetting (I Think.)

Thanks for the help. Rule #2: No Certification Brain Dumps / Cheating. i believe that's where the counting of 1s and 0s should start. Also assume that you are not using subnet zero. this content

Low-quality posts. The IP address has no factor on the number of hosts or subnets created. I think this statement threw me off.  It would appear that in this case, that statement  is incorrect. It's easy. Calculate the subnet for Router A's S0 interface.

Join Date Jun 2003 Posts 800 Certifications a few... 01-27-200511:57 AM #15 about ip subnet-zero : /9 - /17 - /25 if you are working on win2k , the TCP/IP properties Sub-networks are created for manageability, performance, and security of hosts and networks and to reduce network congestion. Then I would've answered say 256. How a host determines its subnet mask?

First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below. If the different subnetworks in a single network use different subnet masks, it is called as 'Variable Length' subnetting. But that's a little too complicated when you are going against time in a Cisco exam. This subreddit allows: Enterprise & Business Networking topics such as: Design Troubleshooting Best Practices Educational Topics & Questions are allowed with following guidelines: Enterprise /Data Center /SP /Business networking related.

Re: Tricky subnetting question Aref - CCNPx2 (R&S - Security) / Network+ / Security+ May 2, 2014 2:54 PM (in response to Rick) Man, english would be a must along with The answer would range from only 1 subnet with 2046 host (using /21 mask) to 2046 subnets with no host inside (using /32 mask).Obviously the question wasn't asking that. The subnet addresses in which all the bits are zero or one are special subnet IP addresses. To fill that gap, the company would provide the customer with four additional pallets: one with 32 bricks, one with 16, one with eight and one with four.

Forgot your password? Reply Subscribe prev 1 2 3 next 51 Replies Mace OP George1421 Jun 12, 2015 at 10:48 UTC Its all about the subnet mask. Something something NAT, something something DNS. I think I just don't understand this first question.

Given that the router has the first available host address (i.e, SubnetID), which is given by: (192.168.19.24) AND (255.255.255.248) = 192.168.19.24, which is the IP address of the router. in the United States and certain other countries. Braindump / Certification Cheating. So if the next sub net is 32--> 11000000.10110000.00010011.00100000 then the broadcast address for sub net 24 would be 11000000.10110000.00010011.00011111.

What is the disadvantage in using 'Variable Length' subnetting? news This topic has been discussed at length, please use the search feature. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Manu Ratheesh said: (Nov 22, 2015) I think answer is (D).

What is 'Variable Length' subnetting? They said to take the mask value and divide it by 4 this answer is = to how many hex digits are in the network part. I found you get same answer Router A's S0 interface has a subnet mask of 255.255.255.248. http://olivettipc.com/question-about/question-about-mp3-s.html It is correct that the ip address does not have to be .1 as there are several addresses available for use on this subnet.

Then, add 16 to 176, and you'll get the first address of the next subnet, 192. Its a poorly worded question if that is the case, but that would match the answer they supply. 172.17.0.[1-254]. 172.17.1.[1-254]. ... 172.17.254.[1-254]. 172.17.255.[1-254] "You have 172.17.0.0/16. Class B networks have a 255.255.0.0 default subnet.

Subnets (technically networks) are to the left and hosts are to the right on the subnet mask.

And when you start counting at the first bit -- 128 -- think of it as being in the third octet, rather than the forth octet, so /18 would be the Submit your e-mail address below. Oddba11 replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:59 PM 4 Word Story continued (#6) Gr3iz replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:57 PM COBOL draceplace replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:57 PM Word I can subnet further using the host bits.

Workspace Report errors ... A lot of intro materials (college, intro certs) still test classful knowledge, though. right? http://olivettipc.com/question-about/question-about-wmp-11.html If you are get a problem asking for the subnet mask of 172.16.64.0/18, go back to the chart.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Computer problem? Blogspam / Traffic Redirection. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Lowel42 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(2 children)Question is not clear.

The question is posed in a bad way, since it leaves itself opens for interpretation. Add My Comment Register Login Forgot your password? Please check it. In this case, we don't have to, because we can see it is less than 16, but if you are given .189 rather than .7, you would divide 189 by 16

Topics regarding senior-level networking career progression are permitted. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. So, if you go to the right side for the subnet mask, it would be .192. How is a subnet mask formed?

By performing a "AND" logical operation of the IP address and the subnet mask, the sub-network ID can be determined. What is the advantage is using 'Variable Length' subnetting? In this question you could say 256*2*2*2*2=4096 (Using 256 instead of 255 to my understanding is due to the 0 value. I thought the answer would be 172.20.3.0........

If you look at the right hand side of the webpage with the calculator that George posted to, there is in fact a link to a classful sub net calculator. IP address classes Class A: 1 – 126 (127 reserved for loopback and diagnostic tests) Class B: 128 – 191 Class C: 192 – 223 Class D: 224 – 239 (reserved,