TCP IP Plan2 - were used we would end up with 64 hosts on 4...

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TCP/IP 1 TCP/IP LAN Plan IT 240
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TCP/IP 2 8. The company network address is 150.50.0.0 which means that it is a class B network. This means that the subnet mask will be 255.255.0.0 because the Network address is between, 128-191 and the first two octets are used to describe the network. The last two octets are used to describe host addresses. 9. Working with the Network ID number of 209.168.19.0 means that the last eight bits must be split up into subnets and host addresses. If the subnet mask 255.255.255.192
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Unformatted text preview: were used we would end up with 64 hosts on 4 separate subnets. 23. I would ping the server from the UNIX workstation which is connected to the internet using the same TCP/IP protocols that any other OS uses. 29. The answer is 255.255.255.0 which allows for 254 hosts which will sustain the three subnets. I do not completely understand this yet, I only went with the most obvious answer....
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