Exercise 8 - Subnetting IPv4 Addresses

Exercise 8 - Subnetting IPv4 Addresses - The enterprise...

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The enterprise administrator has assigned Arthur the network address 172.16.8.0/24 for the branch office network that he is constructing. Arthur calculates that this gives him 254 (28) IP addresses, which is enough for his network, but he has determined that he needs six subnets with at least 10 hosts on each one. With this in mind, answer the following questions. 1. How can Arthur subnet the address he has been given to satisfy his needs? Arthur can subnet the address he has been given by using four host bits to give him 16 subnets with up to 14 hosts on each. The computers will use a subnet mask of 255.255.255.240 and IP
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