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Consider the following IP address with corresponding subnet mask:

IP add: 172.60.50.2

Subnet mask: 255.255.224.0

What is the range of assignable IP addresses on the subnet on which the host belongs:

a) 172.60.30.0 - 172.60.63.255

b)172.60.32.1 - 172.60.63.254

c)172.60.32.1  -172.60.64.255

d)172.60.32.0 - 172.60.127.254
asked in Computer Networks by Active (1.5k points) | 75 views
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I think option (b)
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The logical AND between the subnet mask and the IP address will give the starting address of the network.

When you do that, you'll get the IP as: 172.60.32.0.
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Bt the first and the last address isn't assignable.The 1st address denotes the network address and the last address is the broadcast address.
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Oh yeah, fair enough. I forgot about that. It should be 172.60.32.1, the first assignable address.

Thank you for correcting.

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