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Supernetting: A Brief Introduction



Written by:think12
Published by:Nightscript
Published on:2004-02-27 00:08:07
Topic:Networking
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Comments:
ReKleSS
2004-02-27 20:48:53
So... is the result a class C network, a class B network, or something else entirely?
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Paradox
2004-02-27 20:55:29
ReKleSS, those kinds of networks don't exist anymore, and haven't for a long time. Not since CIDR masks became the norm. Nearly everyone, including the Big Routers, uses classless addressing.
bobox00
2008-03-18 01:24:26
Kindly tell me some applications of supernetting, thanks.
Anonymous
2008-05-13 23:27:21
Kindly tell me if subnetting is already done then can we do supernetting ??
Anonymous
2008-06-06 04:52:23
http://www.osix.net/modules/article/?id=766
Anonymous
2009-05-10 20:09:40
I have'nt understood anything u talked about here..
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