TCPIP+Plan[1] - Running head: TCP/IP LAN PLAN 1 TCP/IP LAN...

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Running head: TCP/IP LAN PLAN 1 TCP/IP LAN Plan Lori Babler IT240 January 28, 2011 Farooq Afzal
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TCP/IP LAN PLAN 2 TCP/IP LAN Plan Your company is assigned the network address 150.50.0.0. You need to create seven subnets on the network. A router on one of the subnets will connect the network to the Internet. All computers on the network will need access to the Internet. What is the correct subnet mask for the network? The correct subnet mask for this network is 255.255.0.0 because the first octet of the IP address is between 128 and 191 making it a class B IP address this is the correct subnet mask for Class B IP addresses. A company with the network ID 209.168.19.0 occupies four floors of a building. You create a subnet for each floor. You want to allow for the largest possible number of host IDs on each subnet. Which subnet mask should you choose? The correct subnet mask that will allow for the largest possible number of host ID’s on each subnet is 255.255.255.248. Using this subnet will allow up to 248 hosts on each subnet. Several users are complaining that they cannot access one of your Windows NT file servers,
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course IT240 IT240 taught by Professor Afzal during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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