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The router connecting a company’s network to the internet applies the mask 255.255.255.192 to the destination address of incoming IP packets. If one of the incoming packet has a destination address of 154.33.7.220, then find the network ID, subnet bits and host ID bits of incoming packets respectively

a. 154.33.7, 11, 011100

b. 154.33, 11000000, 011100

c. 154.33, 0000011111, 011100

d. 154.33.7, 011111, 011100
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