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## Why do you subtract 2 from subnets?

Subtracting 2 from host IDs is necessary while subtracting 2 from subnet IDs is not necessary. So, maximum number of subnet IDs is = 2^(number of bits for subnet ID) – 2(not compulsory) = 2^6 = 64 is maximum.

**How do you subtract subnet masks?**

Let’s say you want to know how many IP address you have given a subnet mask. Take 224 and subtract that from 256…. So 256 – 224 is 32, so that means you have 32 IP addresses available for the mask of 255.255. 255.224.

### Can 256 be in an IP?

As all IPv4 networks have 32 bits, and each “section” of the address denoted by the decimal points contains eight bits, “192.0. 2.0/24” leaves eight bits to contain host addresses. This is enough space for 256 host addresses.

**Can you have 256 in an IP?**

IP address’s kind schema. The first bits (shaded) define the kind of address that the next bits carry. As a reference, with 8 bits (each part between dots), you can have 256 different values (from 00000000=0 to 11111111=255). For example, an IP address would be 192.228.

#### What is 16 subnet mask?

The number 16 is the first subnet and also your block size. Keep adding the block size (in this case 16) to itself until you reach the subnet mask value. The valid subnets in this example are 16, 32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, 176, 192, 208, 224. As another example, if you had a Class A subnet mask of 255.255.

**How do you split a network into 4 equal subnets?**

255.248 or /29.

- Step 1: Convert to Binary.
- Step 2: Calculate the Subnet Address. To calculate the IP Address Subnet you need to perform a bit-wise AND operation (1+1=1, 1+0 or 0+1 =0, 0+0=0) on the host IP address and subnet mask.
- Step 3: Find Host Range.
- Step 4: Calculate the Total Number of Subnets and.

## What is 256 in networking?

There are already more than 256^4 people on the Internet simultaneously. Many users share a single IPv4 address using Network Address Translation. Each IP address can manage about 2^16 (65,536) simultaneous connections to a single port, or 2^32 (4 billion) simultaneous connections total.

**Can you assign an IP address ending in .0 or 255?**

0 or . 255 can never be assigned to hosts. Such “last” addresses of a subnet are considered “broadcast” addresses and all hosts on the corresponding subnet will respond to it. Theoretically, there could be situations where you can assign an address ending in .

### Is 256 a broadcast address?

A standard Class C network consists of 256 addresses (0 to 255 inclusive), of which one is the network address (. 0) and the other is the network broadcast address (. 255).

**How many IPS are in a 252 subnet?**

252 subnet mask. This mask permits up to 64 subnets with enough host addresses for 2 hosts per subnet.

#### How do you divide an IP address into equal subnets?

**What is the subnet mask of 192.168 1.0 24?**

255.255.255.0

Subnet Mask (in Binary) 1.0 with subnet mask = 255.255. 255.0. Shorthand (AKA CIDR, Classless Inter-Domain Routing), this can be written 192.168. 1.0 /24 where the ‘/24’ represents the number of subnetwork bits active in the mask.

## What is the key to subnetting?

As you can see, doing your exponent practice is key to subnetting quickly. The network address is used to identify the network that you are working on and the broadcast address is used to send messages to every device on that subnet.

**What is the second subnet block size for a 128-bit address?**

Since the block size is 128, this means that the increments for this subnet will be 128. So starting from 0, our address 172.18.41.128 would be on the second subnet block 172.18.41.128.

### How to calculate the subnet mask of a subnetwork?

Calculate the new subnet mask. 256 minus the block size is what gives you the subnet mask. The new address is 172.18.0.0/22. Subnetting Question 2: What is the last valid host on the subnetwork 172.18.41.128 255.255.255.128 The approach for this is pretty straight forward. We know that the last octect in the subnet mask is 128.

**How many subnets do I need to provision?**

Step 4 – Calculate and provision the number of subnets required. In this example you have been asked to provision 60 subnets. From the finger table 1.1 we know that 2 raised to the power of 6 gives us 64 subnets which is more than enough for our needs.