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IP Subnetting

IP Subnetting

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Published by Shahzad Rashid
Subnetting in 3 Steps
Subnetting in 3 Steps

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Published by: Shahzad Rashid on Oct 19, 2010
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IP Subnetting
Shahzad RashidNOC Executive Engineer (TXN)Telenor Pakistan
 
Co
ntents
I
P Classes
Why Subnetting
Subnetting for Networks
Subnetting for Hosts
 
IP
Cla
sses:
Class A:1-126(16 Million Hosts on 127 Networks)
Class B: 128-191(65000 Hosts on 16000 Networks)
Class C: 192-223(254 Hosts on 2 Million Networks)
Class D: 224-239(Reserved for Multicast Groups)
Class E: 240-254(For Future use and R & D)
Loop Back Address: 127.x.x.x (Reserved for Loopback Tests)
.1/.2 are usually used as Gateway Addresses
The last address e.g. .255 is used as Broadcast Address
Why
Subnetting:
To preserve Public
I
Pv4 Addresses

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