1 Reply Latest reply on May 11, 2005 12:37 PM by Bryan

    NETWORK SUBNETTING

      I HAVE BEEN GIVEN AN IP ADRESS 192.168.2.0 AND AS A NETWORKING ADMIN THEY WANT ME TO ASSIGN THE IP ADDRESSES TO THE FOLLOWING. THERE IS A DIAGRAM BEING GIVEN BUT I HAVE FAILED TO ATTATCH IT.

      ON THE DIAGRAM THERE ARE 3 ROUTERS A,B AND C CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER B BEING IN THE MIDDLE AND ON EACH ROUTER THERE ARE LAN 1 ON ROUTER A,LAN 2 ON ROUTER B AND LAN 3 ON ROUTER C. SO PLEASE MAY YOU HELP ME OUT WITH THE ANSWER.



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        • Re: NETWORK SUBNETTING
          How many hosts are to be part of each network.  You will need to perform VLSM variable length subnet masking.  This will allow you to break up your 192.168.2.0 network address.  If you do this, you will have to use a routing protocol other then RIP.  If I understand you right, you have actually a total of 5 networks, 1 LAN per router, plus the two networks between route B>A and B>C.

          Lockheed Martin
          Atlas V Launch Operations
          Network Engineer