Im trying to learn subnetting from the tutorial on this site but im late with my school assignment, and i still havent figured out how it all works.
This network belongs to a company that has expanded, and sits on 3 locations.
The company is connected to the ISP in “Tønsberg”.
The Router in “Tønsberg” is connected to a Ethernet with 100 hosts.
This router also routes to and from “Bergen” wich also is connected to 100 hosts.
The “Bergen” network has 2 Routers. 1 of those routes to “Tronheim” wich also has 100 hosts
Your job is to plan IP-adresses with the origin of 172.16.0.0/16
This plan needs to contain valid series of IP-adresses for all networkcards,
Subnetmasks and default gateways
Since your assignment is probably already turned in, or so late you can't get credit for it anyway, and for the benefit of other browsing the forum, you could use a /29, /30, or even a /31 for the links between the routers.
really dont know why dont all help the norwegian guy.
when I was a student it really cost me to learn subnetting and all that stuff, now I dont really master but I defende my self in these sort of situations.
hey friend, the second diagrama where the address are placed is ok, and an idea and I think the only solution in a really situation where you really cant use any ip adress Ifor the wan sides of each location, you can use the "ip unnumbered" it uses the same ip address for the wan and lan side.
now, quoting d_jabsd you mention that for the wan you can use a /31 mask?? really??? I dont think so, but as I mentioned I dont master subnetting, so please explain me how you can use a wan subnet mask of /31???