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Differences between Netid & hostid, Subnettin & Supe 7 years 10 months ago #28298

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Is it possible if you could explain to me the differences between of the following terms with examples:

(1) Netid and hostid.
(2) Subnetting and Supernetting.
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Re: Differences between Netid & hostid, Subnettin & Supe 7 years 10 months ago #28305

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1)

NET ID = identifier for your network
HOST ID = valid IP address for a host (so, not a BC address or NET ID)

2)

Check the subnetting part on this website. It's great.. really! ;)

www.firewall.cx/ip-subnetting-intro.php
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