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Re: quick question?

  • From: Jeremiah Kristal
  • Date: Thu Sep 17 07:54:47 1998

You made a subnetting error.  You've gotta break it on a boundry.  When
using /27 networks, it breaks up as follows:

Network			Broadcast
a.b.c.0/27		.31
a.b.c.32/27		.63
a.b.c.64/27		.95
a.b.c.96/27		.127
a.b.c.128/27		.159
a.b.c.160/27		.191
a.b.c.192/27		.223
a.b.c.224/27		.255


On Wed, 16 Sep 1998, Kyle D. Smith wrote:

> First of all, i know that this is not the best place to ask this quesiton,
> but it is the only place that can quickly come to mind...
> I have a customer who has a block of 62 ip addresses ( ->
> and one for network/brodcast). They are current expanding
> their network, and need around 30 more ip addresses. I went ahead and
> allocated them the following IP address pool ( ->
> with network/brodcast address.) I attempted to use the new
> address on a Apple Macintosh (PowerMac 6500/75) and it erturned an error
> message saying that the router was not on the subnet, and that it could
> not use the new address. I know I should remember how to fix that, but I
> am not sure what to do.... Any help or guidence would be greatly
> appreciated. Thank you very much.
> =-=-=-=-=-=
>   -Kyle Donald Smith
>   -Systems Administrator
>   -Community Internet Access, Inc.

Jeremiah Kristal
Communications Network Services Manager
ICon CMT Corporation
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