Available address for subnet...

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Oct 25th, 2007

Which two of the addresses below are available for host addresses on the subnet

192.168.15.19/28? (Select two answer choices)

A. 192.168.15.17

B. 192.168.15.14

C. 192.168.15.29

D. 192.168.15.16

E. 192.168.15.31

F. None of the above

Answer: A, C

According to new CCNA exams, (subnet zero) is Answer B also correct.

Since it has subnet boundary of 0,16,32,48, etc

so broadcast will be 15, 31, 47

I have this problem too.
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Kevin Dorrell Thu, 10/25/2007 - 01:42

No. The address they have given is 192.168.15.19/28, in other words the subnet that runs from 192.168.15.16 to 192.168.15.31. Option B, 192.168.15.14 is not in that subnet. OK, option B is a valid host address if you allow subnet zero, but not in this subnet.

Kevin Dorrell

Luxembourg

xs_echoss Thu, 10/25/2007 - 08:48

cuz they already gave the subnet which 192.168.15.19 falls in, 192.168.15.16, only A,C are correct.

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