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If a computer have an IP address is and subnet mask is then what does it mean.

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Nov 23rd, 2007
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Answered On : Nov 24th, 2007

It means this is a host ip which is in the Class A private address, with subnet, which means in the subnetwork range of

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Answered On : Jul 26th, 2008

View all answers by hellohaneef

The given ip address is converted network to host bitThe range come like Class A networkSubnet mast : Bit        : 24Max Subnet   : 65534Max Host per subnet : 254Subnet Host Host address range : - ID : Broadcast : you convert into binary it come : 00001010.00000001.00000001.00000101

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Answered On : May 12th, 2010

View all answers by nawin_54

That means, the given IP address belongs to class a address and it is a private ip address, range of private class a addresses is ( to

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Answered On : May 24th, 2010

View all answers by ah.alqahtani

In general, if you have X.Y.Z.W and subnet mask, or, or the 255 octet indicates the fixed range of the network ID, and 0s indicates that IPs you can use..Example x.y.z.w subnet mask, the x.y.z are fixed, and w are the usable IPs that you may use for your network. as you notice 0-255 = 256 IPs - 2 ( 1 IP for Network ID, and 1 IP for Broadcasting) = 254 usable IPs...

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Answered On : Feb 26th, 2011

View all answers by sadique

If a computer has such an address, it means that it has got a class A ip address range but it has been subnetted. it can have 253 hosts in this subnet.

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Answered On : May 24th, 2011

View all answers by sm_feroz

Hi,If a Computer has ip address and subnet Mask then it means it is classless ip address where class is not defined or not a subnetted ip address.

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Answered On : May 8th, 2012

It means that it is in class c network

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Alan Janson

Answered On : Sep 2nd, 2014

It is a Class A IP address which will be classified under classless address. This has undergone Subnetting.

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