Configuring two subnets

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I have 2 subnets that need to be configured on 192.168.7.0 block. There is a pc in each subnet that need ip addresses configured, the gateway address to the Router, there is also a switch that dose not need to be configured. So there is 1 pc in subnet (A)that has 110 host and 1 in subnet (B)that has 54 host. The Router sets next to Host (A)and then the switch next to it, and there is Host (B).

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  • TomLiotta
    So there is 1 pc in subnet (A)that has 110 host and 1 in subnet (B)that has 54 host.Are you saying that the two PCs already have IP addresses assigned -- 192.168.7.110 and 192.168.7.54? What subnet masks were assigned when the addresses were set?The Router sets next to Host (A)and then the switch next to it, and there is Host (B).That doesn't make much sense. It makes it seem like B plugs into the switch, the switch plugs into A, and A plugs into the router. (Or the other way around.) Or are you saying that they all just physically "sit" next to each other? Whichever way you mean, it doesn't make a lot of sense (though both are possible.)Tom
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    Sheesh... I have to start a different browser for this editor. I'll try again...   So there is 1 pc in subnet (A)that has 110 host and 1 in subnet (B)that has 54 host.   Are you saying that the two PCs already have IP addresses assigned -- 192.168.7.110 and 192.168.7.54? What subnet masks were assigned when the addresses were set?   The Router sets next to Host (A)and then the switch next to it, and there is Host (B).   That doesn’t make much sense. It makes it seem like B plugs into the switch, the switch plugs into A, and A plugs into the router. (Or the other way around.) Or are you saying that they all just physically “sit” next to each other? Whichever way you mean, it doesn’t make a lot of sense (though both are possible.) Can you try a different description?   Tom
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