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what will be the multicast and broadcast address 9 years 7 months ago #21470

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What will be the unicast, multicast and broadcast address of class C
following the classical subnet concept.What is the implication of having all ip field as 1? pl help.
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Re: what will be the multicast and broadcast address 9 years 7 months ago #21474

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There is no multicast address in a class C. Multicast has it's own address starting at 224.0.0.0 and goes up from there. Please read RFC 3171 if you are an insomniac.

The broadcast address is always the last IP address in a subnetwork.

There really isn't a "unicast" address. Unicast is a traffic forwarding concept, however, if you want to bastardize the concept, all host address in a subnetwork could be construe to be unicasts.



What will be the unicast, multicast and broadcast address of class C
following the classical subnet concept.What is the implication of having all ip field as 1? pl help.
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