Network 202 W3 Lab Report

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Section 1Computing Usable Subnets and Hosts vLab—40 Points Total * Task 1 * Task 2 * Summary Paragraph| .625 points each2.5 points each20| Paste your answers to questions 1 through 16 in the document. Be sure to show your work.Perform the required problems.In your own words, summarize what you have learned concerning network commands available within the Windows operating system. | Total| 40| |

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Computing Usable Subnets and Hosts vLab (40 points)
Instructions for the Computing Usable Subnets and Hosts Exercise: NOTE!!: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CLICK ON THE DIAGRAM TO START THE LAB. NOTE: The diagram displayed during the experiment is not used.

The only buttons that you need to be concerned with are the “Suggested Approach” and the “Sample Solution.” Write a paragraph (minimum five college-level sentences) below that summarizes what was accomplished in this lab, what you learned by performing it, how it relates to this week’s TCO’s and other course material; and just as important, how you feel it will benefit you in your academic and professional career. (20 points) I learned how to find the number of bits allowed for a certain amount of subnets in an IP address. I also learned how to find how many hosts were allowed per subnet. This all pertains to the TCO’s because it is a part of the network design. Knowing how the sub-networks work and how many hosts are in a subnet of an IP address. I feel that this is a great basis for learned about IP addressing and network design. Without this knowledge and information, I could not move on to learned more in an academic or professional environment. For the ElementK Computing Usable Subnets and Hosts Lab you must show your work in finding the needed bits to borrow and maximum number of hosts. A missing or incorrectly calculated question number will earn zero points. -------------------------------------------------

Task 1: Paste your answers to questions 1 through 16 from the lab below. (.625 points each) 1) You are given the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0. From this network, if you needed to create 2 subnets, how many bits would need to be borrowed at a minimum?  The minimum number of bits allowed is 1. 21=2 the 1 in the first power is the number of bits allowed.

2) Given that you have the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0 and have borrowed 1 bit, what is the maximum number of hosts per subnet?  The maximum number of hosts per subnet is 126. 27=128 128-2=126

3) You are given the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0. From this network, if you needed to create 6 subnets, how many bits would need to be borrowed at a minimum and how many hosts could you have per subnet?  3 bits need to be borrowed with a total of 8 subnets. You could have a total of 30 hosts per subnet. 25= 32 32-2=30

4) You are given the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0. From this network, if you needed to create 12 subnets, how many bits would need to be borrowed at a minimum and how many hosts could you have per subnet?  4 bits need to be borrowed with 16 total subnets. 14 is how many hosts there are per subnet. 24=16 16-2=14 5) You are given the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0. From this network, if you needed to create 24 subnets, how many bits would need to be borrowed at a minimum and how many hosts could you have per subnet?  5 bits need to be borrowed with a total of 32 subnets. There will be 6 hosts per subnet. 23=8 8-2=6

6) You are given the Class C network address: 192.168.89.0. From this network, if you needed to create 40 subnets, how many bits would need to be borrowed at a minimum and how many hosts could you have per subnet?  6 bits are borrowed with a total of 64 subnets. There will be 2 hosts per subnet. 22=4...
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