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By Muhedin Abdullahi Mohamed muhudin99@hotmail.com Currently a postgraduate student in Univeristi Teknologi Malaysia September 2009

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When asked a subnetting problem, you can be presented with several pieces of information that describe the situation. Given that information, it will be up to you to figure out the remaining pieces of information to solve the problem. In this document I will present solutions to problems in IP addressing and subnetting work book v1.1 which was produced by Robb Jones. In the first part of the workbook, the types of information that you must be able to identify are as follows: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Let us now commence solving the problems skipping those that were already solved as examples in the workbook. Value

Part1

Problem41:

In this problem, the following data is given : Number of needed usable subnets: 6 Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address : For this problem the solution is Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.224 8 6 32 30 3 30 210.100.56.0

Problem5:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 6

1

Problems 1, 2 and 3 are solved in the work book as examples.

Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution is Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

30 195.85.8.0

Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.224 8 6 32 30 3

Problem6:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 126 Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Value

A 255.0.0.0 255.254.0.0 128 126

131070 118.0.0.0

Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

131072 131070 7

Problem7:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 2000 Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.255.224 2048 2046 32 30 10

15 178.100.0.0

Problem8:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 1 Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: 45 200.175.14.0

For this problem the solution Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.192 4 2 64 62 2

Problem9:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 60 Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution 1000 128.77.0.0

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses

Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.252.0 64 62 1024

Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

1022 6

Problem10:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: 60 Network Address: For this problem the solution Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.192 4 2 64 62 2

198.100.10.0

Problem11:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 250 Network Address: For this problem the solution Information required Value 101.0.0.0

Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

A 255.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 256 254 65536 65534 8

Problem12:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 5 Network Address: For this problem the solution Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.224 8 6 32 30 3

218.35.50.0

Problem13:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: 2 5 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.224 8 6 32 30 3

218.35.50.0

Problem14:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 10 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 172.59.0.0

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets

Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.240.0 16

Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

14 4096 4094 4

Problem15:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: 50 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.255.192 1024 1022 64 62 10

172.59.0.0

Problem16:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: 29 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 23.0.0.0

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed

Value

A 255.0.0.0 255.255.255.224 524288 524286 32 30 19

Part2:

In addition to what has been discussed so far, this section will further determine other pieces of information as the valid host ranges in given subnet as well as subnet and broadcast addresses. Like the previous section, problems 1 and 2 will be skipped for they are solved in the workbook as examples:

Problem32:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 1 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 2nd usable subnet range

2

195.223.50.0

Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.192 4 2 64 62 2 195.223.50.128 to 195.223.50.191

For problems 1 and 2 check the work book

Subnet No for 1st usable subnet Subnet broadcast address for 1st usable sunet Assignable addresses for the 2nd usable subnet

195.223.50.64 195.223.50.127

195.223.50.129 to 195.223.50.190

Problem4:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 750 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 14th usable subnet range Subnet No for 12th usable subnet Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.255.192 1024 1022 64 62 10 190.35.3.128 to 190.35.3.191 190.35.3.0

190.35.0.0

Subnet broadcast address for the 9th 190.35.2.127 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 5th

190.35.1.65 to 190.35.1.126

usable subnet

Problem5:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: 6 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 1st usable subnet range Subnet No for 4th usable subnet Value

A 255.0.0.0 255.255.255.248 2097152 2097150 8 6 21 126.0.0.8 to 126.0.0.15 126.0.0.32

126.0.0.0

Subnet broadcast address for the 6th 126.0.0.55 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 9th usable subnet

126.0.0.73 to 126.0.0.78

Problem6:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 10 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 8th usable subnet range Subnet No for 3rd usable subnet Subnet broadcast address for the 11th usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 9th usable subnet

192.70.10.145 to 192.70.10.158

192.70.10.0

Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.240 16 14 16 14 4 192.70.10.128 to 192.70.10.143 192.70.10.48 192.70.10.191

Problem7:

In this problem, the following data is given: Network Address: For this problem the solution is:

3

10.0.0.0/163

The prefix number (/16 ) indicates how many bits used for the network ID.

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 10th usable subnet range Subnet No for 5th usable subnet

Value

A 255.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 256 254 65536 65534 8 10.10.0.0 to 10.10.255.255 10.5.0.0

Subnet broadcast address for the 1st 10.1.255.255 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 8th usable subnet

10.8.0.1 to 10.8.255.254

Problem8:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: 4 Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 172.50.0.0

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask

Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.224.0

Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 3rd usable subnet range Subnet No for 4th usable subnet

8 6 8192 8190 3 172.50.96.0 to 172.50.128.0 172.50.127.255

Subnet broadcast address for the 5th 172.50.191.255 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 2nd usable subnet

172.50.64.1 to 172.50.95.254

Problem9:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.255.224 2048 2046 32 30

28 172.50.0.0

Number of bits borrowed 1st usable subnet range Subnet No for 9th usable subnet

11 172.50.0.32 172.50.1.32 to 172.50.0.63

Subnet broadcast address for the 3rd 172.50.0.127 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 5th usable subnet

172.50.0.161 to 172.50.0.190

Problem10:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable subnets: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 4th usable subnet range Subnet No for 3rd usable subnet Subnet broadcast address for the Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.252 64 62 4 2 6 220.100.100.16 220.100.100.12 220.100.100.51 to 220.100.100.19

45 220.100.100.0

**12th usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 11th usable subnet
**

220.100.100.45 to 220.100.100.46

Problem11:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 8000 135.70.0.0

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 5th usable subnet range Subnet No for 6th 2nd usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 4th usable subnet usable subnet

Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.252.0 8 6 8192 8190 3 135.70.160.0 135.70.192.0 135.70.95.255 to 135.70.191.255

Subnet broadcast address for the

135.70.128.1

to

135.70.159.254

Problem12:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 1st usable subnet range Subnet No for 1st 2nd usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 2nd usable subnet

198.125.50.129 to 198.125.50.190

45 198.125.50.0

Value

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.252.192 4 2 64 62 2 198.125.50.64 198.125.50.64 198.125.50.191 to 198. 125.50.127

usable subnet

Subnet broadcast address for the

Problem13:

In this problem, the following data is given: Network Address: 165.200.0.0/26

For this problem the solution is:

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 9th usable subnet range usable subnet Subnet No for 10th

Value

B 255.255.0.0 255.255.252.192 1024 1022 64 62 10 165.200.2.64 165.200.2.128 165.200.255.127 to 165.200.2.127

Subnet broadcast address for the 1022nd usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 1021st usable subnet

165.200.255.1

to 165.200.255.254

Problem14:

In this problem, the following data is given: Number of needed usable hosts: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 16 200.10.10.0

Information required

Value

Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 6th usable subnet range usable subnet Subnet No for 4th

C 255.255.255.0 255.255.252.224 8 6 32 30 3 200.10.10.192 200.10.10.128 to 200.10.10.223

Subnet broadcast address for the 3rd 200.10.10.127 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 5th usable subnet

200.10.10.161 to 200.10.10.190

Problem15:

In this problem, the following data is given: Network Address: For this problem the solution is: 93.0.0.0/19

Information required Address class Default subnet mask Custom subnet mask Total number of subnets

Value

A 255.0.0.0 255.255..224.0 2048

Number of usable subnets Total number of host addresses Number of usable addresses Number of bits borrowed 14th usable subnet range usable subnet Subnet No for 8th

2046 8192 8190 11 93.1.192.0 93.1.0.0 to 93.1.223.255

Subnet broadcast address for the 6th 93.0.223.255 usable subnet Assignable addresses for the 11th usable subnet

93.1.96.1 to 93.1.127.254

Conclusions:

It is worth mentioning that this work is done as part of my assignments during the normal study of CCNA1 course. I therefore apologize you for any mistakes done. Your corrections and suggestions (if any) are welcomed at muhudin99@yahoo.com/muhudin99@hotmail.com

All thanks to Allah. Thank you too.

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