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What about Growth? Data networks seem to have a life of their own. htm (6 de 49) [29/12/2002 20:14:37] Chapter 2:Creating and Addressing Plan for Fixed Length Mask Networks not change and grow. As your users become comfortable with the applications they use via the network, they will start to ask for more features. You will probably find that you will be adding users, applications, servers and internetworking devices throughout the life of your network. When you design an addressing plan, make sure you allow enough room for growth both in the number of subnets required and the number of addresses required in each subnet.
224. This gives us six subnets with 30 host addresses each—plenty to cover our needs. Router Tricks Most routers allow you to assign more than one IP address to an interface. htm (9 de 49) [29/12/2002 20:14:37] Chapter 2:Creating and Addressing Plan for Fixed Length Mask Networks feature is called multinetting or secondary interfaces. Thus, you can actually support more than one subnet on a single router interface. 240 (which gives you 14 subnets and 14 host addresses), then assign two addresses on the Headquarters LAN interface of the router.
The remaining 16 bits come with the class B address. This may seem like a silly little point but it can lead to a very bad miscommunication. If I tell you I have a six-bit mask, what does that mean? 252. Each of these masks is a six-bit mask, but they apply to different classes of addresses and give us a completely different subnet picture. Reserved Addresses Earlier in the chapter we talked about certain reserved addresses. Specifically we said that the network address, network broadcast address, the subnet address, and the subnet broadcast address could not be assigned to any device or host.