Posted on: July 14, 2017 Business, performance, server, Tips

 

When it comes to IP sub-netting, as you may not encounter it everyday, it can be confusing and take a while to get back into.

Here is our cheat-sheet of how the subnet’s are broken down into IP Allocations

AddressesHostsNetmaskAmount of a Class C
/3042255.255.255.2521/64
/2986255.255.255.2481/32
/281614255.255.255.2401/16
/273230255.255.255.2241/8
/266462255.255.255.1921/4
/25128126255.255.255.1281/2
/24256254255.255.255.01
/23512510255.255.254.02
/2210241022255.255.252.04
/2120482046255.255.248.08
/2040964094255.255.240.016
/1981928190255.255.224.032
/181638416382255.255.192.064
/173276832766255.255.128.0128
/166553665534255.255.0.0256

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