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Student asking for help 9 years 7 months ago #31056

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Hello I am new to your site, I like it so far. I actually want to see if I have answered two questions on my final exam at school correctly.

1) A router connects two networks: and The router is assigned the first IP address for each network and uses the standard class mask. A host has the IP address of What default gateway will be assigned to this host?

Is the answer to # 1 - ?

2) What is the network number for IP address if the standard mask is used?

Is the answer to # 2 - ?


Re: Student asking for help 9 years 7 months ago #31060

1. The default gateway cannot be a network address, or a broadcast address. If you have assigned the and to the appropriate interfaces, then the the node sits on the network. The first host address on the network has been assigned to the router interface, and it is that address ( on the router interface that is the default gateway.

Likewise, any node on the network is going to have as it's default gateway.

2. Assuming a standard 16 bit class B mask, the network address for would be
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