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Subnetting Practice Examples: Class C Addresses with
Answers
Practice example 1:

Network address: 192.168.10.0
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224
1. How many subnets?
Ans: 6
2. How many hosts?
Ans: 30
3. What are the valid subnets?
Ans: 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192
4. Fill in the table below.
Subnet 1
32

Subnet 2
64

Subnet 3
96

Subnet 4
128

Subnet 5
160

Subnet 6
192

33

65

97

129

161

193

62
63

94
95

126
127

158
159

190
191

222
223

Meaning
The subnet
address
The first valid host
Our last valid host
The broadcast
address

Practice example 2:

Network address: 192.168.10.0
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.240
1. How many subnets?
Ans: 14
2. How many hosts?
Ans: 14
3. What are the valid subnets?
Ans: 16, 32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, 176, 192, 208, 224
4. Fill in the table below.
Subnet

16

32

48

64

80

96

112 128 144 160 176 192 208 224

First Host 17

33

49

65

81

97

113 129 145 161 177 193 209 225

Last Host

30

46

62

78

94

110 126 142 158 174 190 206 222 238

Broadcast 31

47

63

79

95

111 127 143 159 175 191 207 223 239

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136.255. How many subnets? Ans: 62 2. 112. 12 etc.staffs. How many hosts? Ans: 6 3.http://www.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans. 240 4.0 Subnet mask: 255. 184.168. 120. 216. 168.ac. What are the valid subnets? Ans: 4.staffs. 8.0 Subnet mask: 255.248 1.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans. 48. How many hosts? Ans: 2 3. Fill in the table below (only the first three and last three subnets). 192. 40. 72.255. 144. 32.168. 56.doc 2 .252 1.doc Practice example 3: Network address: 192. 16. How many subnets? Ans: 30 2.255. 128. all the way to 248 4. 232. 24. 96. 104.255. 160. Subnet 4 8 12 240 244 248 First Host 5 9 13 241 245 249 Last Host 6 10 14 242 246 250 Broadcast 7 11 15 243 247 251 http://www.10. 64. 176. Fill in the table below (only the first three and last three subnets).soc. 152.. 88.10. What are the valid subnets? Ans: 8.soc. 80. 224. Subnet 8 16 24 224 232 240 First Host 9 17 25 225 233 241 Last Host 14 22 30 230 238 246 Broadcast 15 23 31 231 239 247 Practice example 4: Network address: 192. 200.ac. 208.

168. In this case.16.16.19. 8. 172.16. 256-224=32. broadcast is 172. 3.17 to 30. So the subnet is 172.127. You need to ask yourself.65 to 172. 4+4=8.10.17 255. 172.100.100. 32+32=64.staffs. broadcast address and valid host range for the following: 1. The subnet must be 172.255.16. 192.127 and valid host range is 172.64.168. 16+16=32.64. The subnet is 100.17 to 18. broadcast is 192. with 4 bits of subnetting Ans: Subnet is 192. 64+64=128. 192.255.168.16. 100. broadcast is 192.17.255. plus 4=12.10.16.100.soc.0.5 255. 256-240=16.16 and the broadcast is 100.16.24.168.10. plus 32=96.255. 16+16=32.16.1610.25 255.staffs.100.10.33 255.255.16.10.16 and the broadcast must be 10. 256-240=16.16.10.10.10.95.16.10.27.10.http://www.16. The subnet is 172. 4.16.5 and the bit in the fourth octet must be off.64 and the broadcast is 100.168.255. The subnet is.0.doc Further Subnetting Practice with Answers Write the subnet. 192. so the broadcast address must be 10.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans.ac. 5.64.33 to 46. 6.47. 172. then the subnet bit must be on.10. 256-192=64.10.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans.ac.27 and valid host range is 192. “Is the subnet bit in the fourth octet on or off?” If the host address has a value of less than 128 in the fourth octet.10.100.16. 256-252=4.100. broadcast is 172.192 Ans: Subnet is 172.10. plus 16=48.32.63.10.10. 256-252=4. http://www. with a broadcast of 172.100. the host address is 10. plus 4=20.168.16.100. plus 4=28.16.255.32 and the broadcast is 172.100. with 3 bits of subnetting Ans: Subnet is 192.1 to 126.255. plus 4=16.10.64.soc.25 to 26. broadcast is 172.168.10.16.19 and valid host range is 172.168.168.252 Ans: Subnet is 192.252 Ans: Network is 172. The subnet is 10.65 255.100. 172.10.16. 256-224=32.95 and valid host range is 192.255.127 and valid host range is 172.47 and valid host range is 172.33 to 10. then. If the value of the fourth octet is higher than 128.16. then the subnet bit must be off.255. broadcast is 192. 172. 2.16.63 and valid host range is 172.65 to 94.16.16. plus 4=16.168. plus 4=20. 7. so the network address must be 172.255.10.62.66.31 because 32 is the next subnet.100.16.16.168.126.100. The subnet is 100.10.16.168.224 Ans: Subnet is 172.255. broadcast is 172.16. broadcast is 172.32 and the next subnet is 10.16.24 and the broadcast is 100.240 Ans: Network is 172. 32+32=64. plus 4=24.128 Ans: Subnet is 172.doc 3 .10.16. 4+4=8.32. plus 4=12.10.31 and valid host range is 192.10.10.33 255.10.

soc.16.17 to 22.255.4.10.23 and valid host range is 192.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans. 256-248=8.248 Ans: Subnet is 192.255. 10. plus 8=24.100. 8+8=16.10.255.168.255.doc 4 .100. 192. 256-252=4.252 Ans: Subnet is 10. broadcast is 10. broadcast is 192.17 255.http://www. http://www.168. 4+4=8.10.uk/alh2/CNI/tutorials/tutorial_7a_ans.5 255. The subnet is 16 and the broadcast is 23.7 and valid host range is 10.10.100.doc 9.soc. 10.staffs.ac.staffs.100.5 to 6.168.10.10.10.168.10.ac.

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