Simple subnetting help please, Class C network...

BefallenBefallen Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
So I'm going to be doing this skills exam next week, and I'm still not sure how things change if variables in the problem change. Basically, I have a network of, and I have worked through most of the questions (see attachment IMG_0018_ed.jpg) My main question is, and I'm sure I'm missing something simple; How am I choosing the IP Subnet, First IP address, and Last IP address of Subnet B with relation to the ones already defined in Subnet A? I'm not sure how to transition between the 2 subnets without overlapping ranges. What am I missing?


  • IsmaeljrpIsmaeljrp Posts: 480Member
    read up on VLSM.
  • fadhilfadhil Posts: 200Member
    simple to answer this question
    first know the number of subnet needed and number host needed
    since on your question there,the thing to consider is the number of subnet because number of host are not mentioned
    we need to find power of 2(2^n) which is greater or equal to number of subnet needed
    where n is borrowing bits
    there, only two subnet are needed so it will be 2^1 =2 here 1 is borrowing bit

    hence from a network given the subnet mask is so put the borrowing bit into the lower bit(first 0 from a given subnet mask) that is and the subnet now will be
    find block size:a block size 256-increment no
    for the subnet mask the block size is 256-128=128
    hence the subnet will be and the second subnet is no more subnet here.

    to find number of valid host 2^n -2 where n here is the number of zeros from the subnet mask .In our subnet mask there are 7 zeros valid host per subnet are 2^7 -2=126
    so for eac subnet there are 126 host .
    for a network A
    lets assume that ip address is hence the address is and the last address is
    for network B
    ip address hence first address is the last address is
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