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Facing some problem in IP addressing 11 years 7 months ago #8339

I am facing problem in some problem in assigning IP address to machines.
Pls help me.

> If the IP is 200.100.32.0 & 2nd IP is 200.100.33.0,then the communication works.(In Class C subnet)

> But if I give IP as 200.100.32.255 & 2nd as 200.100.33.255
Communication doesn't work.
Why this happens?

Upto my knolwedge,the broadcast IP will be 200.100.32.256 & 200.100.33.256,I'snt it?
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Re: Facing some problem in IP addressing 11 years 7 months ago #8343

no, because of the limitations of computing, a single octet can only carry the value up to 255 thus 255 in the host octet of a class c address signifies the broadcast address of that particular network. This changes with subnetting although, which I encourage you to read up on the basics of ip addressing and subnetting, all of which you can find on this site :wink:
"He who breaks something to find out what it is, has left the path of wisdom."

Gandalf the Grey
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Thanks 11 years 7 months ago #8345

Thank u very much.
Actully I am new in networking field.

Can u just help me a bit? :D

Can u give me good router simulator(free)?

Thanks in advance
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Re: Facing some problem in IP addressing 11 years 7 months ago #8352

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