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  1. Wonderful explanation. thanks

  2. I finally found my 'ah ha!' moment with subnetting. Thank you so much!

  3. Hi Rene
    When creating this blocks, do they have to be of equal size?

    For example, you have an address of 10.10.10.0/23, and I am working to create a network/mask for the below requirements

    I. 24 hosts
    II. 111 hosts
    III. 47 hosts
    IV. 200 hosts

    I came up with this , can you let me know if this is correct

    I. 10.10.10.0/27
    II. 10.10.10.128/25
    III. 10.10.10.64/26
    IV. 10.10.11.0/24

    If I did this way, is this correct?

    I. 10.10.10.192/27
    II. 10.10.11.64/25
    III. 10.10.11.0/26
    IV. 10.10.10.0/24

    Thanks
    Palani

  4. It would help if you included the subnet mask or prefix in your examples.

  5. Hi gyus,

    I've done the exercises and I am most certain that they are correct, but could you leave us a link or an appendix with the solutions for confirmation purposes?

    Regards,
    Gerson

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