Class C v/s Class B Addressing in a small switched network
Hi: I have a small network with about 3 edge switches and a core switch. About 100 users and one single VLAN. I am about to create a 3 separate VLANs. I have a few questions about IP Addressing.
Since I donot have any routers, does it matter if I use a Class C or Class B address? In other words I am trying to see if performance might be different if I use a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 vs using 255.255.0.0 for all devices in the network.
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