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Do subnets need a router between them to communicate or can multiple subnets communicate from within the same router?

Well, it's just as the question states, Do subnets need a router between them to communicate or can multiple subnets communicate from within the same router?
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How to assign DHCP values in Windows Server 2019 according to subnet? [closed]

New to AD and Networking, this is my doubt: Let's say I'm using 192.168.1.0/26. I've assigned my static IP for the server as 192.168.1.2, Default Gateway as 192.168.1.1. If I'm not mistaken, this ...
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How many hosts can I have on a class C network [duplicate]

Please bare with me, I'm a complete newb to networking and I'm going to try and explain my doubts to the best of my abilities. So, to start off, I know that classful networks aren't a thing anymore ...
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How to find the first and last address in the FIRST AND LAST SUBNET [duplicate]

So there's a problem that literally stress me out every time I look at it. It's like I almost understand it until I get to knowing how to find the first and last host in the LAST address (last subnet)....
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network question [duplicate]

can someone please explain this question and answer Based on networks 10.8.16.0/22 and 10.8.31.0/21, which of the following is the BEST summarized CIDR notation? A. 10.8.0.0/16 B. 10.8.0.0/19 C. 10.8....
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IP address, network ID, host ID and subnet ID [duplicate]

I am studying a course about computer networking and again I stumbled upon a section that raised a question. I found very helpful people in this forum and I hope you can help me once again. During the ...
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Why is it called a “subnet mask” and not just a “network mask”? [duplicate]

Let's say I have a private home network of 192.168.1.0 that is capable of containing 254 hosts. In this case, the configured subnet mask "255.255.255.0". This conveys that the network ID is &...
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Why does sub-netting not give us more addresses? [duplicate]

Sorry if this is dumb, but I am very knew to learning about networks. Here is my reasoning? Let's take the address, 24.50.12.4 if we subnet it with /16 then the network address is 24.50 + host is 0.0....
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Routing between completely separate private networks

I’ve got a request from a partner vendor in a completely separate routing domain to directly route a /24 rfc1918 network on my rfc1918 internal network. The proposed solution has their handoff ...
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Is 12.23.34.45/24 a valid IPv4 subnet definition? [duplicate]

I believe the question says it all: when referring to an IPv4 subnet, is it valid to use 12.23.34.45/24? If it is, is it equivalent to 12.23.34.0/24? If it is not, can you refer me to helpful ...
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difference between network address and subnet address [duplicate]

Now this question seems a bit childish to ask, but since i am new to networking, so i think i should ask the question here. while studying about subnetting, i was trying to understand a subnet mask, ...
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ASSIGNED or AGGREGATED-BY-LIR status of IPv6 subnet used for Virtualisation

According to the RIPE NCC IPv6 Basics training slides the ASSIGNED status should be used for your own infrastructure and individual (large) assignments to customers. The AGGREGATED-BY-LIR status ...
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Can i/how discover subnet CIDR from IP range? [duplicate]

i have found the IP range 120.76.0.0 - 120.79.255.255 that i want to ban in iptables the way i write x.x.x.x/xx format. Please how to know what that x.x.x.x/xx should be? I have found some online tool ...
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How to select CIDR blocks when subdividing a network? [duplicate]

I saw these two questions, but they are still too over my head and start too far along the path: How to divide network into subnets? How do you calculate the prefix, network, subnet, and host numbers?...
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Is it possible to know the mother address of a subnet?

The mother address is X, have Y numbers of subnets (children), we already know 2 of the mother's children, they're: 10.1.192.0 /20 [edited] 10.1.240.0 /20 Is it possible to know the value of X and Y ...
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What are some techniques to infer the subnet being used? [closed]

Given a list of thousands of IPv4 addresses and that you have no direct access to these hosts, is there a service or a methodology to infer a subnet that's possibly being used?
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Basic Subletting 10.239.142.216/11 [duplicate]

First time poster (kindly don't eat me alive) i was using https://subnetipv4.com/ to acid test my subletting skill i got 9/10 correct this is the chosen one that broke my streak as you can see i ...
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different network mask and subnet mask and netmask [duplicate]

1- what is network mask? 2- what is subnet mask? is there any differnt between network mask and subnet mask? i'm tried to search about network mask and nothing found is it called netmask ? thank you
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32 bits or 30 bits for subnet mask

I'm new to networking and have a question about subnet masks. Imagine we have a class B IP address. I know how to calculate the subnet mask. My question is: What is the last subnet mask that we can ...
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Network topology for merging two different layer 2 networks

I have a scenario, (shown in attach diagram) where i need to merge traffic from two server 1 , 2 to target server 3. All three are on different vlans/subnets. With layer 3 switch in between would it ...
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what were the classless routing protocols used with VLSM when it was first introduced?

Since VSLM is supported only by classless routing protocols, if VSLM was introduced in 1987(RFC 1009) and all classless protocol(RIPv2 developed in 1993 , OSPF standardized in 1989 RFC 1131 ) cited ...
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Can a Subnet have more than one CIDR range?

For many years I thought of a subnet as a single contiguous range of ip addresses expressed using CIDR notation. However on GCP a subnet can have a primary ip address range from which VMs get ...
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IPs that don't have subnet mask

I'm new to networking. I know that some IPs don't have a sub net mask like 127.0.0.1 and the range that starts with 127. I wanted to know if there is any other IPs that don't have sub net mask.
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Two routers on the same subnet - Possible issues?

What issues can occur when two routers are set to the same subnet (no cascading, both cable connected to the same switch)? For instance: - LAN: 192.168.1.0/24 - Router A: 192.168.1.254 - No DHCP, ...
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What is the last usable address in an IPv6 network

IPv6 does not have broadcast, so is the last address usable? Besides it being long, is it bad practice to actually use it? For example: A:B:C:D::0/64 starts with A:B:C:D:0000:0000:0000:0000 and ends ...
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Can a host from different subnet bypass the network mask validation of destination host and communicate on layer 2?

I am aware that a host will always check the subnet of the destination node before the transmission in order known if it has to send it to the gatewey for different subnet. However, would it be ...
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Additional subnets in a class C IP [duplicate]

If i'm designing a new subnet mask for a class C IP that will have 5 subnets that means I need to borrow 3 digits since 2^3-2 > 5. My question is, how many additional subnets do we have? would it be ...
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Subnetting for this question, please? [duplicate]

As a Network Support Engineer, you are tasked by your Supervisor with assigning IP addresses for your new MAN( Metropolitan Area Network) which consists of seven (7) different branches, each branch ...
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Split a Netmask into little chunks [duplicate]

I would like to know how I could divide a Netmask like 255.255.255.192 in 8 parts. Would it be something like this: 255.255.255.192 255.255.255.128 255.255.255.0 I'm really confused.
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Default subnet question [duplicate]

Very new to network engineering. I just watched a really good series of videos on YouTube explaining IP addresses, subnet masks and the class system for IPv4. There was one bit which got me confused ...
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Multi LAN network does the main router to the internet need to be in its own subnet?

I have to design a network where there are 4 within which are different number of VLANs with varying number of hosts per VLAN depending on the building. My confusion lays in the main router, does it ...
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Determine the range of IP's avaliable for hosts on a subnet /28 [duplicate]

I am looking into my Virtual Switch configuration( Hyper-V ) and i am confused how the range of valid IP's is determined. The IP for configured for the "Virtual Switch" adapter is: IP: 192.168.53.65 ...
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What is the suitable private IP? [duplicate]

What is the private IP that I may use if I am about to subnet a total of 743 hosts in my office? Should I use 10.x.x.x, 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.x.x, 192.168.x.x or all of them are allowed? Also if more ...
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Does 10.10.192.0/20 represent the same number of address with 10.10.195.0/20 [duplicate]

I knew 10.10.192.0/20 can represent the ip addresses from 10.10.192.0 to 10.10.207.255, but I'm confused how does 10.10.195.0/20 represent? I guess it is same with 192.0/20 right?
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CIDR notation confusion [duplicate]

So we are using CIDR for subnetting In that we just define the subnets by using / SO my question is if I am using /24 it means that I have the last octet for host. But if we use anything from /17 to /...
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Are network IP addresses ever used as source or destination IPs? [duplicate]

The first IP address of an IP subnet is the network address, which stands for the whole network, while the last address is the broadcast address. As far as I understand, we never really send packets ...
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Broadcasting to unknown Class C Network

I am trying to use python to broadcast to my local network, and I cannot find a way to get the subnet mask. I have been suggested to use the default Class C network subnet mask 255.255.255.0, and use ...
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Where are broadcast packages filtered out

When I have one network with a switch. Within that network I have 10 PC. Halve of them are configured within the 192.168.1.0/24 range and the other halve is configured at 192.168.2.0/24. This means I ...
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Find Routes not containing these subnets [closed]

Let's say I have 1000 ranges and I would like to make routes that doesn't match these ranges, anyone has any particular tips or tools to share beside doing math ? Example : I have these ranges 13....
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Why does the host machine need subnet mask? [duplicate]

The routers require subnet mask to route the packets to other routers or hosts, but why do host machines that are not routers such as computer running Ubuntu or windows need subnet mask to be ...
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Why Classful addressing is not in use if we can subnet them?

So, Let's think that organization needs 5000 IP addresses. Giving 20 C Class IP addresses will cause of adding 20 entries for ISP router. That's problem. We could give Class B IP address, but that ...
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Whats the proper way to write subnet size with / notation?

If I need to write a Subnet mask in /x notation, would it be correct to take the subnet id/X or the broadcast ip/x? I.e. for a 256 IP subnet: 10.10.0.0/24 or 10.10.0.255/24?
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How to find minimum of hosts bits needed and assign equally to five subnets? [duplicate]

I have a 192.168.1.0/18 network block. How do I determine the minimum number of host bits to be borrowed and assigned equally to five subnets? How to calculate the number of users that can be ...
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Are subdomain and subnetting related concepts?

Recently while trying to grasp some basic networking concepts - I felt subdomain and subnetting are related concepts and wanted this group to confirm and add more insights on this. I understand that ...
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Can someone walk me through subnetting? [duplicate]

I'm trying to find the number of bits for subnet and the number of bits for hosts: The assigned network is: 10.0.0.0/8 The subnetted network is: 10.0.0.0/15 I have tried to do it, but I'm not sure ...
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VLAN based subnets, where should I untag a VLAN?

I have attempted to search this problem but I don't really know how to explain it properly (possibly a sign I've taken on more project than I can handle). Anyway I am currently working on chopping ...
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How does a host in one subnet know to forward the packet to the router MAC, when trying to send a packet to another subnet

I am trying to understand the ARP protocol and I could not understand the above. Consider the topology as follows: H1(1.1.1.1) - (1.1.1.0)R(2.2.2.0) - H2(2.2.2.2) My understanding is that if the ...
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IPv4 Subnetting for 1200 or more devices for WiFi

I am currently looking over my schools existing Subnets and their usage. Some seem to be sufficent, others not so much. What is the best practice when you need to support 1200 or more devices on a ...
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Given a subnet mask, how can I determine which addresses can be assigned to public network hosts? [duplicate]

For example, I'm given a subnet mask of 255.255.255.248 and need to determine from a list - 16.70.118.63 134.178.18.56 200.47.224.159 68.111.178.93 192.168.16.87 217.37.10.192 - which addresses can be ...
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Why is this subnet config required by my vlan “snake topology”?

I must validate the bandwidth on all 8 ports of a switch. We intend to do this with a "snake" topology as described in this article: http://thenetworksherpa.com/test-throughput-alchemy-using-a-snake-...

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