WIN 2003 SERVER: TCP/IP

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kkho
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WIN 2003 SERVER: TCP/IP
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2010-11-23 00:44:10
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MCSE TCP IP
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WINDOWS SERVER 2003 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE (70-293) TCP/IP
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  1. Class A Private IP Address Range
    10.0.0.0 through 10.25.255.255
  2. Class B Private IP Address Range
    172.16.0.0 through 172.31.255.255
  3. Class C Private IP Address Range
    192.168.0.0 through 192.168.255.255
  4. Class A First Bit Value (binary)
    0
  5. Class B First Bit Value (Binary)
    10
  6. Class C First Bit Value (Binary)
    110
  7. Class A: Number of network id bits
    8
  8. Class B: Number of network id bits
    16
  9. Class C: Number of network id bits
    24
  10. Class A: Number of host id bits
    24
  11. Class B: Number of host id bits
    16
  12. Class C: Number of host id bits
    8
  13. Class A: Number of networks
    126
  14. Class B: Number of networks
    16,384
  15. Class C: Number of Networks
    2,097,152
  16. Class A: Number of hosts
    16,777,214
  17. Class B: Number of hosts
    65,534
  18. Class C: Number of hosts
    254
  19. Class A: Subnet mask
    255.0.0.0
  20. Class B: Subnet mask
    255.255.0.0
  21. Class C: Subnet mask
    255.255.255.0
  22. Formula to determine the # of possible addresses with a given # of bits
    2^X -2
  23. Why are two bits of a IP address reserved?
    • 1 bit: Broadcast address
    • 1 bit: Network Address
  24. Network Address (Binary)
    000.000.000.000
  25. Broadcast Address (Binary)
    111.111.111.111
  26. Class D addresses are for...
    multicasts
  27. Class E addresses are:
    experimental

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