CCNA1 Exploration 4.0 notes 2 20 08

CCNA1 Exploration 4.0 notes 2 20 08 - Example...

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Identify the class of IP by FIRST IP Class A: 1-126 Class B: 128-191 Class C: 192-223 Class D: 224-239 Class E: 240-255 Binary 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 2(7) 2(6) 2(5) 2(4) 2(3) 2(2) 2(1) 2(0) Subnetting - Dividing the network into managable groups * The process of borrowing host bits to divide the network into managable groups * Borrowing host bits increases network, but decreases available possible hosts * Is done and used for internal Purposes only * Borrow enough bits to allow for growth and the loss of begining and ending #
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Unformatted text preview: Example n.n.n.00000000 (class C network) wants to break into 4 subnets 2^1 = 2 subnets 2^2 = 4 subnets 2^3 = 8 subnets ect. always leave more room for growth. .. subnet subnet bits numbers host ranges broadcast 0 .0 .1-.30 31 1 .32 .33-.62 63 2 .64 .65-.94 95 3 .96 .97-.126 127 4 .128 .129-.158 159 5 .160 .161-.190 191 6 .192 .193-.222 .223 7 .224 .225-.254 .255...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course NET 106 taught by Professor Geller during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Rockland.

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