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Subnetting

JD1986
JD1986 


183.80.0.0/16 subnetted to 117 subnets and provide information for subnets #1, #31, #105, and #117. For each of them, I need the following information: The new subnet mask after the subnetting (10%) The following information for the FOUR specified subnets: Subnet’s network address (3%) Subnet’s broadcast address (3%) Subnet’s range of available IP addresses (4%) The calculations on how you get to the answers (50%). This is very important. If you don't provide the calculations or the way you get the answer, you will lose 50%. Your goal is to subnet them with as little subnet as possible but still meeting the requirement. In other word, maximize the number of hosts that is available for each subnet. This is NOT an exercise for the Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM); therefore, the same new subnet mask is to be applied to all your new subnets. More VLSM/subnetting details and examples are available in Cisco's Introduction to Subnetting. Attachments
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