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Noob to Classless Ip addressing

by rhinomad123 / March 14, 2008 1:54 AM PDT

I was just wondering whether someone could help me subnet this network.

For my coursework I am trying to develop a network and give it subnets. I'm also going to use Classless IP addressing.

The only problem Im just a complete noob at it.

If someone help me with this, It would be great.

I am to use the Ip address The original campus at Windsor is developing a new site at Slough with 10 Buildings. Each Floor will have a max. of 30 hosts.

Here are the buildings:

Building 1= 4 Floors
Building 2 = 3 Floors
Building 3 = 3 Floors
Building 4 = 2 Floors
Building 5 = 4 Floors
Building 6 = 3 Floors
Building 7 = 4 Floors
Building 8 = 3 Floors
Building 9 = 3 Floors
Building 10 = 3 Floors

My tutors says developing a classless Ip addressing scheme will take 5 mins, I just dont have a clue where to start!!

Please Help!!


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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 14, 2008 2:02 AM PDT
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by Kees Bakker / March 14, 2008 2:03 AM PDT

one the unwritten forum policies is giving no help with school assignments.

Maybe one of our members will be so friendly as to give you the smallest possible hint, but don't reckon on that. Better start studying the course material.


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