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Windows 7: Calculating the range of an ip address from a subnet mask/ prefix.

18 Jan 2014   #1
AtifAzim1995

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 
Calculating the range of an ip address from a subnet mask/ prefix.

Hi there,

I am doing the Microsoft 70/ 680 exam for my college course and i have an exam next week for networking stuff and calculating the range of an ip address from the subnet mask. I was wondering if any of you guys can give me some practice examples to work on such as the one i've worked on just there:

192.168.13.28 /29

I can't seem to find many suitable ones online
Thanks.
Atif


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18 Jan 2014   #2
TanyaC

Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon | Win 7 Ult x64
 
 

With 29 mask bits your address range will be 25 - 30. 25 and 30 can't be used, so you have 4 hosts available. The subnet mask will be 255.255.255.248 (hence the total of 7 addresses).


Check out this calculator.. Online IP Subnet Calculator
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18 Jan 2014   #3
AtifAzim1995

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TanyaC View Post
With 29 mask bits your address range will be 25 - 30. 25 and 30 can't be used, so you have 4 hosts available. The subnet mask will be 255.255.255.248 (hence the total of 7 addresses).


Check out this calculator.. Online IP Subnet Calculator

I know how to do it. I already got an answer. I was asking for more questions like those to practice and work on
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