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the broadcast address of

What is the broadcast address on the network subnet mask of
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Rick HobbsRETIREDCommented:
Is this, the the other 3 questions you have asked homework?  They sure seem like basic questions that you would be asked on a home work assignment.

If so, you can ask questions about home work here, but we can't directly answer them.  We can give you help in getting the answers and point you in the right directly.

If these are not home work questions, I do apologize, but they sure seem very much like home work questions.

  I was coming down from your last question to this one and seems like you have difficulty assessing this and agree with giltjr that it looks like homework questions.

  Tell you what, www.solarwinds.com go to that site and get the subnet-mask calculator and it will solve all your problems regarding the bit borrowing and other stuff. You can use that for an immediate solution but I would still recommend to get a book or get a training on bit wise operations. Once you know that, you can do all in your mind or at the last, write it on the paper and do it.

teeraAuthor Commented:
i just  get a lease line router and i do not known much about the network i read manual and try to config i call to isp but
they tell a lot of thing that i do not under stand and give me to try i confuse that Isp technic al tellme but i am sure that my recommend form isp not correct be cause last question my isp give anser to me 510 but many experts not give me the same answer
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