University of Baltimore
Merrick School of Business
Assignment 4: Subnet Mask calculation
This is an exercise in subnetting. You will compute a subnet mask and the IP numbers in each subnet.
- assume you received a class-C IP address (18.104.22.168) and you are setting up a network with 4 subnets, each with 50 workstations.
- use the IP Calculator and compute the subnet mask and also check, and report, the maximum number of workstations in a subnet to see if you can have 50 workstations in each subnet
- obtain the IP range in each subnet, and include them in a table. In addition include in the table the subnet address, the default gateway, and number of unused IP numbers for each ubnet.
- finally draw a graph of your subnets with the range of IP numbers for each subnet.
- Include all the above information in a Web page, like you did in assignment 3.
- When you are done post the page URL (address) in a message in the Files section of the Forum (A4).
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