ariela Wed, 07/26/2006 - 05:33
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Example:


192.168.11.0/24

-> 192.168.11. 0|0000000 >> 192.168.11.0/25

-> 192.168.11. 1|0000000 >> 192.168.11.128/25


192.168.11.128/25

-> 192.168.11. 10|000000 >> 192.168.11.128/26

-> 192.168.11. 11|000000 >> 192.168.11.192/26


192.168.11.192/26

-> 192.168.11. 110|00000 >> 192.168.11.192/27

-> 192.168.11. 111|00000 >> 192.168.11.224/27


192.168.11.224/27

-> 192.168.11. 1110|0000 >> 192.168.11.224/28

-> 192.168.11. 1111|0000 >> 192.168.11.240/28


192.168.11.240/28

-> 192.168.11. 11110|000 >> 192.168.11.240/29

-> 192.168.11. 11111|000 >> 192.168.11.248/29


192.168.11.248/29

-> 192.168.11. 111110|00 >> 192.168.11.248/30

-> 192.168.11. 111111|00 >> 192.168.11.252/30


192.168.11.252/30

-> 192.168.11. 1111110|0 >> 192.168.11.252/31

-> 192.168.11. 1111111|0 >> 192.168.11.254/31


that's just an example ... Improuve your subnetting ;)


HTH

Andrea

carl_townshend Wed, 07/26/2006 - 07:31
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wow, thanks for that, is there a table you can work this out on ? so can you use all them networks at once on the same site, and they are all represented by the /24 ?

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