How set up a sub network?

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I have a class C IP address (192.168.27.0/24). I want to build up a sub network using the IP address. The network will be divided into three parts that contain 30 PCs in a sub network, and 50 PCs in a sub network.

Now how can I assign the PCs using the IP address?

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How set up a sub network?

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For efficient utilization of the IP Addresses, we use the VLSM to develop the subnetting schemes to avoid wastage of addresses.

SUBNET 1(50 HOSTS)

  1. It will require a /26 (255.255.255.192) mask to manage supporting 50 hosts.
  2. SUBNET 2(30 HOSTS) It will require a /27 (255.255.255.224) mask to manage supporting 30 hosts.
  3. SUBNET 3(30 HOSTS) It will require a /27 (255.255.255.224) mask to manage supporting 30 hosts.

Therefore to assign addresses to the computers in each subnet use the following.

  1. SUBNET 1(50 HOSTS) SUBNET1(50HOSTS) 192.168.27.0/26 the host address range: 1 to 62.
  2. SUBNET2(30HOSTS) 192.168.27.64/27 the host address range: 65 to 94.
  3. SUBNET3(50HOSTS) 192.168.27.96/27 the host address range: 97 to 126.
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How set up a sub network?

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Hi Shumy,

Yes, you can choose to assign IP addresses to the Personal Computers, but each network will be required to have its own router. But just a suggestion, since you have a total of one hundred and ten computers in that network it might be a little hectic for you assigning each computer an IP address. You can alternatively choose to use DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) that automatically assigns IP addresses to the computers each time they are using the network and therefore you will  not be having the trouble of assigning the IPs or changing them when they clash.

Hope this helps.

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Regards,

Lee Hung.

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