Ip Address Schema

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Gerald Boursiquot Network & Infrastructure
Bever Branson Budget/Proposal/Visio

NT 1210

May 23, 2013

In order to properly address the Infrastructure upgrade of the Kamazon Network our group decided that an appropriate ip address schema that will take into account the idea that people will be using more than just a desktop computer. They will have tablets, laptops, departmental printers, and smart phones. This is also based upon the understanding that every Department will have at least two printers for the staff and one for the Manager/Supervisor or VP of that Department. So with that being said, we estimated that could be at least three or more accurately four ip
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If we break out the third octet displaying the binary values for each bit space this is how it would be displayed.
128 | 64 | 32 | 16 | 8 | 4 | 2 | 1
This is our class C after applying CIDR notation.
128 | 64 | 32 | 16 | 8 | 4 | 2 / 0 = 254 By borrowing the one bit we have changed our subnet mask from to
The next step is to determine what our Network ID’s will be, and what our usable hosts will be. This is done by going back to the binary. There are 8 bits in each octet which is in base 2 the numerical value of the binary numbers. This is equal to 28 or 256. When we borrow the one bit from the third octet we are now adding that one bit to the original eight this changes our binary value from 8 bits to 9 bits which is equal to 29 or 512. This means that we will now have 512 IP Addresses per subnet, and if we apply the formula 2n-2 this will give us 510 usable hosts per subnet. We can then take this same formula without the minus 2 to calculate the number of subnets that we will obtain from this calculation. There are still seven “on” bits to the left in this octet. This is equal to 27 or 128. This means that will obtain 128 subnets with this CIDR calculation.

This is the default C before we borrowed the one bit in binary notation,
Before 11111111.11111111.11111111.00000000 255 . 255 .
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