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Regarding Subnetting

Hi,

I have confusing with the following CCNA questions:

What is the broadcast address and network for station 192.168.99.77/19?

This is a Class B network but using Class C address right?

so the answer should be:

Subnet is 192.168.96.0?

Broadcast IP is 192.168.127.255?

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Re: Regarding Subnetting

Chan

192.168.99.x is a class C network. The natural subnet mask for a class C network is 255.255.255.0 or /24.

You have a mask of /19 or 255.255.224.0 so what you have above is a supernet ie. a aggregation of smaller networks into one entry.

Your are right about the subnet address and broadcast address.

Jon

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Re: Regarding Subnetting

Hi Jon,

Thanks for your answer.

Fusen

New Member

Re: Regarding Subnetting

Yes thats rite

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