Hi all, can anyone tell me, if I split a class c network in 4 on a 192 mask, the subnet starting 192.168.11.0/192 etc.
how would i reach all 4 subnets via static route, could I just use 192.168.11.0 , would this reach all 4 subnets, or would I have to point each one ? also if I used eigrp would i advertise all 4 seperately ?
Please remember that the correct bit notation is /26 (24 C class + 2 subnetting) and not /192
for the static route, you have to use a single route that "summarize" all 4 routes: 192.168.11.0/24
for eigrp, something like
router eigrp 100
network 192.168.11.0 0.0.0.255
would be ok.
If you need to work with eigrp routes, remember that by default, EIGRP summarizes subnet routes to the network level. The no auto-summary command can be entered to configure subnet level summarization, then use 'ip summary-address eigrp' on a specific interface. More infos:
Hi Andrea, thanks for your help, do I need to use the eigrp-summary address on my interface,or will it work fine without ? I guess this just stops all 3 networks being advertised out the interface right ?
Also is it possible for me to split the network
into a 128 subnet and 2 64's, how would I do this ?
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