Subnetting Assessment

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This Assessment will test you on your knowledge of subnetting. Please complete the subnetting exercises on this website before taking this test. *Try doing this assessment without any notes or help. If you have trouble completing this assignment, you can always go back to the examples page and study the subnetting problems* Problem: You have been given the following IP address: 200. 10. 10. 10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What is the class of this address? (Enter one letter in lowercase for your answer). For your reference: You have been given the following IP address: 200.10.10.10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.  
  • 2. 
    How many subnets will we have after we add "2" to the number of subnets the Administrator wants to create? For your reference: You have been given the following IP address: 200.10.10.10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.
  • 3. 
    What is the number of subnets that will accommodate the number of subnets we found in question 2? (Hint: 2^x=14) For your reference: You have been given the following IP address: 200.10.10.10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.
  • 4. 
    For this problem, we will have to reserve bits starting from the left. For class C, how many bits will we reserve starting from the left? (Hint: Class C has 3 bytes)
  • 5. 
    How many bits will we reserver to accommodate the subnets?  For your reference: You have been given the following IP address: 200.10.10.10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.
  • 6. 
    After Reserving the bits for class C and the subnets, how many bits are left for the host? (Hint: These will be on the far right of the address. They are represented by zeros).
  • 7. 
    Find the number of addresses in each subnet! For your reference: You have been given the following IP address: 200.10.10.10 The Administrator wants to create 12 subnets.
  • 8. 
    What is the subnet mask address in dotted-decimal notation?