IP Subnetting Explained: Packet Tracer labs
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Question is what is subnet?
Subnet is a network within a network with which the packets travel shortest distance hierarchy and in more efficient manner. For subnet we have to divide the IP of our network to create more hosts and networks.
There are three kind of IP.
Class A network:
Everything before the first period indicates the network, and everything after it specifies the device within that network. Using 203.0.113.112 as an example, the network is indicated by “203” and the device by “0.113.112.”
Class B network:
Everything before the second period indicates the network. Again using 203.0.113.112 as an example, “203.0” indicates the network and “113.112” indicates the device within that network.
Class C network:
For Class C networks, everything before the third period indicates the network. Using the same example, “203.0.113” indicates the Class C network, and “112” indicates the device.
To explain more I find this video on You tube which is very informative regarding the Subnetting, who is new to subnet and don’t know.
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