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Data Communication & Computer Networks Data Communication & Computer Networks : Instructor: Shahzad Malik/Suffian Shiekh/ Zafar Hadier Lab Coordinator: Shoieb Arshad LAB No. 3 Introduction to SUPERNETTING: Purpose: The lab is intended to familiarize the students with a networking technique of SUPERNETTING. At the end of the lab the student must know: The Purpose of SUPERNETTING. Steps of SUPERNETTING. How to perform SUPERNETTING on different IP Classes. Calculating the ranges of Hosts in the Supernet. Finding the Broadcast address of the Supernet. How to make a Supernet on Linux machines. How to Broadcast on that Supernet. SUPERNETTING: Supernetting, also called Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR), is a way to aggregate multiple Internet addresses of the same class. The original Internet Protocol (IP) defines IP addresses in four major classes of address structure, Classes A through D. Each class allocates one portion of the 32-bit Internet address format to a network address
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