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Again using the 2n-2 formula, we have 2n-2 = 126 networks that are available. This will provide for only 1 network with 216-2 = 65534 hosts B. The default subnet mask for class C network is 255.255.255.0. One can create 30 hosts using 5 bits in host field. It provides for one network, with254 usable host IP addresses. This subnet mask will provide for 14 separate networks with 14 hosts each. A class C network with a 26 bit mask requires 2 bits for the network address, leaving 6bits for host addresses. No network mask will provide for 64 usablehosts, because we must always subtract 2 for the network and broadcast address.
This will provide for 6 networks with 8190 host addresses. If one has to create 5subnets, then 3 bits are required. This doesnot meet the requirement of a minimum of 18 hosts. Remember we need to always subtract two for the network and broadcast addresses, sothis answer is incorrect. Using the 2n-2 formula (22-2 for the network and 26-2 for hosts)we have 2 network addresses and 62 host addresses.
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A class C subnet with a 28 bit mask requires 4 bits for the network address, leaving 4 bitsfor host addresses.
Using the 2n-2 formula (24-2 in this case) we have 14 host addressesand 14 network addresses.
To obtain 459 hosts the number of host bits will be 9. To keep 9 bits for hosts means the last bit in the 3rd octet will be 0. Since the subnet mask is 255.255.255.224, the number of network hosts that is availableis 30. This means that every subnet willbe a multiple (0, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224) and the broadcast address for each ofthese subnets will be one less this number (31, 63, 95, 127, 159, 191, 223). IP address = 11001000.10001101.00011011.00000000 = 126.96.36.199Subnet mask = 11111111.11111111.11111111.11110000 = 255.255.255.240Subnet # = 11001000.10001101.00011011.00000000 = 188.8.131.52Broadcast = 11001000.10001101.00011011.00001111 = 199.1The valid IP address range = 184.108.40.206 - 199.1Using the 2n-2 formula for host addresses, 29-2 = 510 host address, so a 9-bit subnetmask will provide the required number of host addresses.
Therefore, any IP address that does not end in one of these numbers will be a valid host IP address. If these 9 bits are used for thehosts in a class B network, then the remaining 7 bits are used for the number of networks. This will provide 2046 different networks, but each network will have only 30 hosts. This is an illegal subnet mask for a class C network, as the third octet can not bedivided when using a class C network. This is the default subnet mask for a class C network.