# IP Subnetting by 78cxYvH

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IP Subnetting
Exercise II

For the following exercises, come up with the subnet address, broadcast for that subnet,
the number of possible hosts, the first and last valid host address for that subnet. Note the
IP address notation is in CIDR format where /nn indicates the number of bits used for the

Example:

6 0-bits therefore number of host = 26 – 2 = 64 –2 = 62

networks are 256 – 192 = 64

0.64 0.128 0.192 1.64 etc ….. 37.64      37.128         37.192

172.16.37.186 belongs to the 172.16.37.128 Subnet

172.16.37.191

172.16.37.186/26
Subnet                     172.16.37.128
Number of Hosts                 62

Complete the remaining exercises:

1.

10.0.199.237/22
Subnet
Number of Hosts
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2.

172.16.37.186/27
Subnet
Number of Hosts

3.

192.168.14.87/26
Subnet
Number of Hosts

4.

10.212.0.1/14
Subnet
Number of Hosts

5.

172.30.32.117/25
Subnet
Number of Hosts

6.

172.16.197.45/23
Subnet
Number of Hosts
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7.

192.168.33.33/30
Subnet
Number of Hosts

8.

10.191.43.101/20
Subnet
Number of Hosts

9.

192.168.136.14/29
Subnet
Number of Hosts

10.

192.168.136.14/28
Subnet