• DHCP Server provides Wrong Subnet

    Our company had a hub and spoke network for years, a single server room supporting 20 remote locations, most using the Citrix farm.  We grew and started a second server room.  At the second location we have a switch stack of 9 Cisco 3750 10/100 switchws setup with 5 VLANS.  previously IP...

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  • Subnetting Question.

    You have an IP address of 172.16.3.57 with an 11-bit subnet mask. What is the network D, range of subnet address and broadcast address for the subnet?

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  • How do i find the IP range?

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

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  • CCNA Question

    This is confusing to me unless I am not seeing the bigger picture. It says configure the router Ip addresses on the E0 and S0 interfaces so that the E0 receives the 11th usable subnet while the S0 receives the 4th usable subnet from the network 192.168.191.0/28. Both interfaces should receive the...

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  • CCNA Question

    This is confusing to me unless I am not seeing the bigger picture.It says configure the router Ip addresses on the E0 and S0 interfaces so that the E0 receives the 11th usable subnet while the S0 receives the 4th usable subnet from the network 192.168.191.0/28. Both interfaces should receive the...

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  • Configuring two subnets

    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...

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  • 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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  • Access to Internet from subnet 2 using subnet 1 modem/router

    Hi, I'm not an expert on network, but I do make some effort to learn about. After 3 weeks around implementing a network sructure on my office, I admit that something is escaping from me andI cannot make communication between the 2 networks that I have!  :( Well, the main objective is to access to...

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  • 2 Small Business Servers on one network using subnets

    I have a client that recently moved into a new office. He wants to setup a small business server.  Unfortunately the small office he rents from has a SBS running on their existing setup.  He's currently pulling Internet from them and that's all. He does not have his own ISP.  One option being to...

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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]

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  • Authentication for more than one subnet

    I have about 8 vlans on my catalyst switch connecting pple to the internet.I want to configure authentication for all the users on the vlans. vlan 1 192.168.11.1 255.255.255.0 vlan 2 192.168.12.1 255.255.255.0 vlan 3 192.168.13.1 255.255.255.0 ... vlan 8 192.168.18.1 255.255.255.0 What type of...

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  • Subnet routing

    Will the way I setup my network and router to talk to multiple net cards on one PC from other PC on separate network work? First PC with two network cards First network card IP 192.168.3.106 Sub 255.255.255.0 Gateway 192.168.2.100  Second network card IP 192.168.5.106 Sub 255.255.255.0 Gateway...

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  • Using ACL to block traffic from internal LAN

    What is an ACL and how can I use one to block traffic from our internal LAN to a remote subnet?

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  • Routing Assistance

    I've been up way too long, and got a project tossed into my pile of work. For the life of me I can't seem to get this routed right. Here's the situation we have a server at one site, and another server at the other site. Both have networks currently communicating over Site 2 Site VPN, I need to get...

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  • Segmenting a piece of our Windows network

    How can we segment a piece of our Windows network so users from the same subnet can not access it but people on that side of the network and a different subnet can. Currently they can communicate freely between each other.

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  • Multiple Subnet Routing Hardware

    Please feel free to direct me to previous post if applicable. I have searched all over this site and others to try to find specifics. I have a business network 192.168.10.0 that all of the PCs and two windows small business servers run on. I have a separate network 192.168.1.0 that my...

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  • subnetting

    "I have class C scenario were I know the Network address, which is 192.169.1.0, the required max # of physical subsets, which is 14, and the maximum host required per subset, which is also 14. What I need to know is what is the subset mask, what is the number of subsets available, what is the 1st...

    Engineermaster5 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP properties

    tell me about IP address, Subnet mask, Default geteway, preferred DNS server, Alternate DNS server

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  • vlans and subnets

    would different vlans have different subnets?

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  • IPV6 CIDR notation

    I've found lots of info on IPV4 whilst IPV6 is scarce. Can you explain (simply) the IPV6 CIDR notation? i.i /48 /64 etc and how it is applied.

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:

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