Can a Class C subnet network see a Class A subnet network?
Currently we have a client with high-end Cisco products for which we are about to implement in two states. We need to verify whether or not an Administrator of the client's network (on a Class A, 10.1.2.X, 255.0.0.0) subnet is able to see both Class A and Class C (10.1.1.X, 255.255.255.0) subnets and the other way around thus being able to administrate the entire two types of subnetted networks?
Re: Can a Class C subnet network see a Class A subnet network?
Yes they can "see" and communicate with each other. One thing to keep in mind is if you are running a classful/FLSM (RIPv1, IGRP, or EIGRP not using no auto-summary)protocol, you may only see the classful network summary and not the individual subnets, but you will be able to see each other.
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