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  • Two domains, two dhcp servers (help with subnet)

    Hi all, I am having some trouble and I can't get forward... I have two different domains running, both are in the same network. (Scenario is that DC1 is the primary domain of an existing company and DC2 is a new domain for a new company) The DC1 of Domain1 has the ip 10.128.101.3 and the DC2 of...

    Encrypt115 pointsBadges:
  • How do i find the IP range?

    How do i find the IP range for 172.16.4.0/30?

    Ameera20 pointsBadges:
  • Static and dynamic IP addresses on one NIC

    I am working on highly specialized test equipment in a university lab. I am communicating to the equipment via TCP/IP on a static 192.168.0.XXX subnet. My laptop and various pieces of equipment connect trough a switch. Also, I can connect to the university internet access (no wireless available in...

    RantEng5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find the IP range?

    How do I find the IP range for this: 10.14.6.1/30

    Sanju1115 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple subnets on one physical network

    I am setting up a fairly large wireless network. We have a fibre connection to the internet for a small community wireless project to give high speed to the 10-20 houses in the area. The router device is a windows PC running with two NIC cards, it is hardened down to very minimal services, with...

    Johnshoff60 pointsBadges:
  • Subnet mask calculation

    Which host are in the subnet mask 172.16.16.0/20 and how do you confirm this to be applicable in other examples? 172.16.16.1/20 172.16.18.5/20 172.16.31.254/20 172.16.24.0/20

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  • Subnet Mask

    [strong]I would like to know how to convert the subnet mask into allowable subnets and hosts. For example, I have a class C subnet mask of 255.255.255.224. How do I know that this allows 6 subnets and 30 hosts? My text book is not very clear on this. [/strong]

    Riffmaker2475 pointsBadges:
  • Creating firewall rules to allow FTP connections

    I need to create firewall rules to allow FTP connections from specific clients. I have their network address/subnet mask. How can I add this for all servers from my Sonicwall Pro 3060?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • What subnet mask should I use on my IP range?

    What subnet mask should I use on my IP range if I only need 100 IP addresses? Is 255.255.255.0 still ok?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Three subnets and ip adresses needed

    I have a non-profit I am helping out with some network issues. they now have two XP pro SP3 machines on site. One was there when I came in, it has a DSL westell 6110 "dumb" modem connecting them to Verizons dsl. The original pc has a static ip, gateway and dns servers. the subnet of that machine is...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Need help with what is required when they change Subnet mask?

    Hi, I am new at this and need some help with what is reqired when they change Subnet mask on the network that our AS/400 IBM System i Mod. 570 is connected to ? What is required of me when this is to be done ?

    Mona5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I configure routing between two VLANs on different switches?

    We have one C3560 switch, on which we have configured two VLANs. VLAN 1 is 10.1.1.x and VLAN 2 is 10.1.30.x; the subnet mask for both is 255.255.255.0. We want to configure routing between these two VLANs. How can I do this? Please note that these two VLANs are on the same switch.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Subnet masks — which should I use to solve this problem?

    I have a office. which has 3 department and each department have 6 PC . I want to subnet the hosts that each department can communicate with there people but the cannot communicate with other departments people. In that case which SUBNET MASK  i can use to solve the problem. Please solve my...

    097782567515 pointsBadges:
  • Subnet Mask?

    Can you please tell me how to find mask when only subnets are known?e.g find out mask when subnets are 50?

    Tehmeena5 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Networks

    Hi, I'm a bit new to networking... I'd like to ask for for from you guys out there... I want to set up 3 networks for our school - 2 in the computer lab and 1 in the office... However, I'd like that to assign 192.168.1.x to Lab1, 192.168.2.x to Lab2 and 192.168.3.x to the office for easy management...

    SirJhun5 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrade existing network for wired and wireless Internet access

    i have an existing network with 1 server and 10 workstation. the server ip address is 173.201.5.1 with subnetmask 255.255.0.0 and 10 workstation with the ip address ranging from 173.201.5.2 to 173.201.5.11 with subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 i want to upgrade my existing network with out changing its...

    Flade5 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP subnetting

    i want to know how we calaculate subnetting

    Sonalidash5 pointsBadges:
  • Subnet mask question for a test

    The IP address space of 128.107.7.0/24 has been allocated for all devices on this network. All devices must use the same subnet mask and all subnets are usable. There is a picture showing 3 switchs connected to a router. One switch has 16 users connected to it, one has 32 users connected to it, and...

    Sanguard5 pointsBadges:
  • Campus VLAN routing issue

    Hello All, I have been interested in changing the design of my current topology from a 6 daisy-chained layer 2 switches, to 6 layer 3 stackable switches (Netgear GSM7352S). With stackability i will be getting a poor mans chassis design essentially, be able to maintain a stack of switches through a...

    O313370 pointsBadges:
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