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Is 203.10.93.30 a valid Host ID after subnetting?

Subnet the IP Address 203.10.93.0 /24 into 30 Subnets.

Asked by AP_Jake, Last updated: Apr 11, 2021

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mittens2049

mittens

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Mittens

Answered Mar 18, 2020

Yes, it's a valid host.

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Dale Blackburn

Dale Blackburn

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Dale Blackburn

Answered Feb 19, 2020

A. Yes, it is a valid host ID

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Shekhar Aryan

Shekhar Aryan

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Shekhar Aryan

Answered Jul 30, 2019

30 can be constructed by adding 16, 8, 4 and 2. So if we set the last byte as 00011110. Since the first five bits are for subnet, you can think the subnet number as 00011 or 3, and the host number is 110 or 3 again.

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Hashim

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Hashim

Answered Jun 13, 2019

203.10.93.11111000

so ip203.10.93.30 comes under subnet ID 203.10.93.16

so 203.10.93.30 is valid host

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AP_Jake

AP_Jake

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Answered Jul 13, 2018

Yes

203.10.93.0 Need 30 Networks 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 = 30 in binary Borrow 5 Bits for # of Networks New Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.11111000 (248) or /29 ^ Increment = 8 2^5 = # of Networks = 32 2^3-2 = # of Hosts per Network = 6 First 5 IP Ranges 223.10.93.0 - 223.10.93.7 93.8 93.15 93.16 93.23 93.24 93.31 93.32
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