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Consider the following IP address with corresponding subnet mask:

IP add:

Subnet mask:

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

a) -

b) -

c)  -

d) -
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I think option (b)
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:
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.
Oh yeah, fair enough. I forgot about that. It should be, the first assignable address.

Thank you for correcting.

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