HW-4 Solutions - ECE3076, Summer 2006, HW-4 Solutions Due...

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ECE3076, Summer 2006, HW-4 Solutions Due Thursday, June 29 (noon) 1. Complete the following table showing the lowest and highest IP addresses in dotted-decimal. "Number of Hosts" should exclude the "network address" and the "network broadcast address" (host addresses with all 0's or all 1's). See recently added slides 4-46 to 4-48 for help. Network Address Lowest Address (dotted decimal) Highest Address (dotted decimal) Network Mask (dotted decimal) Number of Hosts 130.207.0.0 / 16 130.107.0.0 130. 207.255.255 255.255.0.0 65,534 130.207.64.0 / 20 130.207.64.0 130.207.79.255 255.255.240.0 4094 130.207.64.0 / 24 130.207.64.0 130.207.64.255 255.255.255.0 254 (2 hosts addresses are reserved) 2. Based on the following routing table (first two columns), on which port should a IP datagram be forwarded if the destination is 130.207.151.182 ? This is easy if you calculate the largest IP matched (right column). Sub-net
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HW-4 Solutions - ECE3076, Summer 2006, HW-4 Solutions Due...

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