If you have a class B network address, what is maximum number of network that yo

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1.      If you have a class B network address, what is maximum number of network that you can have?

 

Apr 19th, 2015

This network is a 16-bit network prefix; its highest bit order is set to 1-0. It is a 14-bit network number with a 16-bit host number.

This class defines 16,384 (2 14 ) /16 networks, and supports a maximum of 65,534 (2 16 -2) hosts per network. Class B /16 block address is (1,073,741,824) = 2 30; therefore it represent 25% of the total IPV4.


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