2 marks write in both decimal and binary format

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What is the default subnet mask of given network address? 2 marks (write in both decimal and binary format) Question-4: What is number of network bits (n, prefix) for the given address? 1 marks Question-5: What is the number of host bits (suffix) for the given address? 1 marks Question-6: How many total IP addresses are available in this purchased network? 2 marks Question-6: What is the network address of this purchased network? 1 marks Question-7: What is the broadcast address of this network? 1 marks Question-8: What is the total number of usable hosts in this network? 2 marks
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[Subnetting] Question-9: How many subnets are required to fulfill above requirement? 2 marks Question-10: How many bits needs to be borrowed from Host part of the network? 2 marks Question-11: What would be the modified Subnet mask after Subnetting is applied? 2 marks (write in both decimal and binary format) Question-12: Write all Subnets with the modified slash? 2 marks Standard is to write in this way: Network-ID / [Network-bits] Question-13: Specify address range of each Subnet 2 marks Like this: Subnet_Id1 Broadcast_Id1 Subnet_Id2 Broadcast_Id2 and so on until last Subnet. Question-14: How many total IP addresses are available in each Subnet? 2 marks Question-15: What are the total usable IP addresses in each subnet? 2 marks Question-16: Specify address range of usable addresses in each Subnet 2 marks Like this: 1 st usable address in Subnet_1 Last usable address in Subnet_1 1 st usable address in Subnet_2 Last usable address in Subnet_2 and so on Question-17: Referring to company s current requirement, mention in tabular form, how many IP addresses are spared in each department for future use? 2 marks Like this: Department No. of Allocated addresses No. of Spared Addresses Manufacturing Sales & Marketing Customer Care Finance IT
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  • Spring '17
  • Ahmed Shafiq
  • Networking, IP address, Subnetwork

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