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Thomas Lawlor May 12, 2017CIS 134 – Networking TechnologiesAssignment Number: P10Assignment: Case Project 10-1: Calculate Subnets - Page 538-539Date Due: April 29, 2017Writing Center Visit Date: N/AWriting Center Tutor: N/A
1. Your employer is opening a new location, and the IT director has assigned you the task of calculating the subnet numbers for the new LAN. You’ve determined that you need 50 subnets for the Class B network beginning with the network ID 172.20.0.0. How many host bits will you need to use for network information in the new subnets?2. After the subnetting is complete, how many unused subnets will be waiting on hold for future expansion, and how many possible hosts can each subnet contain?3. What is the new subnet mask?4. Complete the following table:Subnet Number Extended network prefix Range of host addresses Broadcast address1172.20.0.01722.214.171.124 through 172.20.3.254172.20.3.2552172.20.4.017126.96.36.199 through 172.20.7.254172.20.7.2553172.20.8.017188.8.131.52 through 172.20.11.254172.20.11.2554172.20.12.017184.108.40.206 through 172.20.15.254172.20.15.2555172.20.16.0
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Networking, IP address, Subnetwork, broadcast address, subnet mask