IP SUBNET CALCULATOR
Guided By Mr. J .J Phukan, Senior ISO IOCL, Guwahati
(A project report in fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the award of the degree of Bachelor Of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering of TEZPUR UNIVERSITY)
Diganta Kumar Bharali
B.Tech(6th semester), CSE
Roll No. CSB09049
I Diganta Kumar Bharali a student of B.Tech(6th Semester) in ComputerScience & Engineering at Tezpur University hereby declare that I have carried out the project work entitled “IP Subnet Calculator”. This is being assigned to me under the guidance of Mr. J.J Phukan.
All the data which have been produced by me in this project report are informative in nature and have ascertained during the course of my survey and discussion with the respective functional and it will be used exclusively for this project report.
Neither the whole nor any part of this report has been submitted to any other institution or university related to similar requirement.
Date: Diganta Kumar Bharali
Place: B.Tech(CSE), 6th Semester
I am grateful to the IOCL Training Center for providing me the opportunity to undergo the summer training program at IOCL ,dated 01.06.2012 to 30.06.2012 under the watchful guidance of Mr. J.J Phukan. I am highly gratified for the inspirations, co-ordination and support that I have received each and every moment from my project guide. His careful supervision helped me a lot to acquire more knowledge fom the organization.
Yours SincerelyGuided By:-
Diganta Kumar Bharali
B.Tech(CSE), 6th SemesterMr. J.J Phukan
TEZPUR UNIVERSITY(Senior Information SystemOfficer)
1)Overview Of The Organisation
2)Brief Overview On Networking
a/ Internet Protocol
b/ IP Address
c/ Classful Adressing
4)Practical Application Of Subnetting
5) Subnetting Of Guwahati Refinery Network
6) Project Description And Requirements
Snapshots Of the Form
Snapshots Of the Output File
7) Coding And Testing
8) Future Scope And Limitations
Conclusion And References
THE Internet Protocol(IP)
The glue that holds the whole internet together is the network layer protocol, IP(Internet Protocol). Unlike most older network layer protocols, it was designed from beginning with internetworking in mind. A good way to think of the network layer is this- Its job is to provide a best-efforts(i.e, not guaranteed) way to transport datagrams from source to destination, without regard to whether these machines are on the same network or whether there are other networks in between them.
An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to each device (e.g., computer, printer) participating in a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication. An IP address serves two principal functions: 1/ host or network interface identification and
2/ location addressing.
Its role has been characterized as follows: "A name indicates what we seek. An address indicates where it is. A route indicates how to get there.
IP address continued…..
The designers of the Internet Protocol defined an IP address as a 32-bit number and this system, known as...