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					Subnetting Worksheet                                                            Lecture 01




Networking Practice Worksheet

Subnetting

You should practice with these examples until you can perform the calculations
without referring to your notes. Do not use a calculator as this will hinder your
understanding of the processes involved in subnetting.


Subnetting

1.     You have been given the IP address 213.45.37.0 /24 You require at least 15
subnets. List:
a)     The required subnet mask
b)     The number of total subnets
c)     The number of available hosts per subnet
d)     The first four subnet addresses
e)     The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
The Broadcast address for each subnet

2.     You have been given the IP address 193.213.211.0 /24 You require at least 40
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


3.     You have been given the IP address 195.199.222.0 /24 You require at least 28
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


4.     You have been given the IP address 200.100.50.0 /24 You require at least 3
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet



Mark Clements                            Page 1                                27/06/2010
Subnetting Worksheet                                                         Lecture 01




5.     You have been given the IP address 188.100.0.0 /16 You require at least 4
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


6.     You have been given the IP address 180.180.0.0 /16 You require at least 9
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


7.     You have been given the IP address 135.40.0.0 /16 You require at least 32
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


8.     You have been given the IP address 190.67.0.0 /24 You require at least 62
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet


9.     You have been given the IP address 166.166.0.0 /16 You require at least 14
subnets. List:
a) The required subnet mask
b) The number of total subnets
c) The number of available hosts per subnet
d) The first four subnet addresses
e) The valid range of host addresses for the first four subnets
f) The Broadcast address for each subnet



Mark Clements                          Page 2                               27/06/2010

				
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