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has an IP address of 17.17.200.3 assigned to it with a subnet mask of /20. a. What is the net id? (in binary) Ooo l ooo ooulocan u do all of them. check if im right. show will u do it. pleasedo number 11has an IP address of 17.17.200.3 assigned to it with a subnet mask of /20. a. What is the net id? (in binary) Ooo l ooo oouloool.I11 00 odo What is the IP address of the network as a whole? (in either binary or dotted 17 .门. Ia2.0 17. 17 207.225 17.17 . Iq3o What is the broadcast IP address for this network? (in either binary or dotted decimal) e What range of addresses can be assigned to hosts on this network? (in either binary Or dotted decimal) d. 17-n. 2+7 . 2.5 y +o 9. Is the host 128.235.207.16 on the network 128.235.204.0/23? 10. We wish to assign a CIDR block of 32 addresses (include host addresses ofall0’s an gincludehostadosessesofailinah”.. block of 32 addresses (include host addresses of all o 1’s in the block, even though they will not be assigned to actual hosts) a. How many host id bits are needed for 32 addresses? 0.7 b. How many bits are in the net id? 11. One network is assigned the block of class-less IP addresses from 194.172.100.0 to 194,.172.135.255. How many bits are in the net id part of this address block? Show transcribed image text has an IP address of 17.17.200.3 assigned to it with a subnet mask of /20. a. What is the net id? (in binary) Ooo l ooo oouloool.I11 00 odo What is the IP address of the network as a whole? (in either binary or dotted 17 .门. Ia2.0 17. 17 207.225 17.17 . Iq3o What is the broadcast IP address for this network? (in either binary or dotted decimal) e What range of addresses can be assigned to hosts on this network? (in either binary Or dotted decimal) d. 17-n. 2+7 . 2.5 y +o 9. Is the host 128.235.207.16 on the network 128.235.204.0/23? 10. We wish to assign a CIDR block of 32 addresses (include host addresses ofall0’s an gincludehostadosessesofailinah”.. block of 32 addresses (include host addresses of all o 1’s in the block, even though they will not be assigned to actual hosts) a. How many host id bits are needed for 32 addresses? 0.7 b. How many bits are in the net id? 11. One network is assigned the block of class-less IP addresses from 194.172.100.0 to 194,.172.135.255. How many bits are in the net id part of this address block?

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