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Tip to Remember Sub Netting

# Tip to Remember Sub Netting

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Tip to Remember Sub Netting
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06/18/2010

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Got this off another site but it's useful here also:To remember the subnetting tables all you have to do is start with "4" and double it until youget to "16384" Write them downward on a sheet of paper and when you are done just subtract2 from each number.ie:4 = 28 = 616 = 1432 = 3064 = 62once you have done that all you need to do is reverse the order of all the numbers going back up the sheet:subnets hosts2 626 3014 1430 662 2See how the numbers flip flop between each column? My example is for class C but it worksfor class B just the same.Once you have the subnet/host numbers written out, just remember the following numbers.192, .224, .240, .248, .252class C:sub hosts.192 /26 2 62.224 /27 6 30.240 /28 14 14.248 /29 30 6.252 /30 62 2The numbers with a slash (ie /26) are just short hand ways of writing out subnets. They can bereally confusing if you are trying to learn subnetting for the first time. Just rember that ipaddresses are made up of 32 bit addresses, or /32. These 32 bit addresses are broken downinto class A,B, and C. class B are from /18 to /30 and class C go from /26 to /30. The reasonthe numbers don't go up to /32 are because it goes against the rules of subnetting (according toCisco), I don't have any other reason why.You need to memorize this stuff!!! When I went to work I jotted notes all over my desk andtool boxes just so I would see it all the time.Here is the class B example:(1). start with 4 and double it till 16384: 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096,8192, 16384.(2). subtract 2 from each number: 2, 6, 14, 30, 62, 126, 254, 510, 1022, 2046, 4094, 8190,16382.