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  1. Homan

    Homan Unconquerable OT Supporter

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    Broadcast address for the major network mean?
     
  2. MP

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    my guess would be the IP adress the rest of the world sees for the particular network :dunno:
     
  3. Wolf68k

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    How about more details?
     
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    Sounds like a Cisco CCNA test question. Lets see if I can explain this without confusing myself. Take a Class C Network, subnet it. You loose the first and last address of the original Class C, the last is used as a "all-subnets-directed broadcast" (basically a broadcast address that all subnets can see). So the Class C network that your splitting is the Major Network. I think!
     

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